What year did Mustang get disc brakes?

What year did Mustang get disc brakes?

In 1967, the power disc brake option became available for the first time on early Mustangs. This newly designed system used a dual hydraulic system, which utilized a dual chamber master cylinder that controlled the front and rear brakes independently of one another.

Did 1966 Mustangs come with disc brakes?

Registered. VERY few ’65-’73 Mustangs came with front disc brakes, but NONE of the ’65-’73 models ever came from the factory with rear discs.

Will 1967 Mustang spindles fit 1966?

The 67 Spindles have a 1/2″ Longer steering arm than the 65 66 C5DA Spindle , and have a Different Taper on the Tie Rod. The actual hole at the top is the same, it is the taper of the tie rod pin. The rest of the spindles are the same (Of course the shoulders are shaped different), heigth, Ball joint design.

Did the 67 Mustang have disc brakes?

If your ’67-’73 Mustang already has manual front-disc brakes, you can convert to power brakes. Conversely, if you have manual drum brakes and want to do the power-brake conversion first, that’s also possible. See all 35 photos 10 Install the new brake lines onto the calipers before installing the calipers on the car.

Are there disc brakes on a 1967 Mustang?

6 cylinder spindles are all the same. Disc brakes were not offered on the 6 cylinders. V8 drum and disc brake spindles are all the same. 6 cylinder and V8 are the same. Drum and disc brake spindles are all the same. Drum and disc brake spindles are different. Drum spindles are the same as 1967. Drum and disc brake spindles are different.

What kind of disc brake does a Mustang Fairlane have?

If your Mustang, Fairlane, Falcon, Comet has 5 Bolt Factory Drum Brakes, You already have Excellent DISC BRAKE Spindles on your Classic. The 5 bolt 65-67 Mustang Fairlane, Spindle, is the SAME EXACT Spindle Ford used to install the Disc Brake setup on the Assembly line, as well as Drum Brake—-Only one Spindle for both application.

Where can I get a 1966 disc brake conversion kit?

Ford Mustang 1966, Disc Brake Conversion Kit by PCE┬«. This top-grade product is expertly made in compliance with stringent industry standards to offer a fusion of a well-balanced design and high level of craftsmanship. Manufactured from…

When did Ford start putting disc brakes on trucks?

Although Ford started installing disc brakes on the F-250 in 1968, they were not factory-installed on the F-100 until 1973…the first year they were standard equipment on all F-100 through F-350 trucks.

6 cylinder spindles are all the same. Disc brakes were not offered on the 6 cylinders. V8 drum and disc brake spindles are all the same. 6 cylinder and V8 are the same. Drum and disc brake spindles are all the same. Drum and disc brake spindles are different. Drum spindles are the same as 1967. Drum and disc brake spindles are different.

If your Mustang, Fairlane, Falcon, Comet has 5 Bolt Factory Drum Brakes, You already have Excellent DISC BRAKE Spindles on your Classic. The 5 bolt 65-67 Mustang Fairlane, Spindle, is the SAME EXACT Spindle Ford used to install the Disc Brake setup on the Assembly line, as well as Drum Brake—-Only one Spindle for both application.

Is there a 1966 disc brake conversion kit?

The 1966 Mustang disc brake conversion kits are an easy installation mounting to all factory mounting locations. All components in these 1966 Mustang disc brake conversion kits are new high quality, precision machined products. A great kit with a factory look and easy installation!

What kind of disc brakes did the Ford Maverick have?

In 1974, the Mustang II was introduced, and it had front manual disc brakes standard. Ford used the Mustang II caliper and master cylinder on the Maverick (with a 5-lug rotor) and offered manual discs as an option in 1974. In 1975, the Granada was introduced with power disc brakes optional.