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Is anyone interested in brackets to mount 95 mustang rear disc brakes? The rotor and calipers can be had at a reasonable price @ oreilly's and in my opinion are miles better than the gm metrics that most kits come with. They are bolt on brackets that mount to inside of the housing end.
 

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I made a jig to make them for my car and I made a extra set. Font Metal Wood Number

They are made out of 1/2" plate. They are not perfect. The plates bolt on. On my car I had to shim the caliper out with a set of washers on each side. The flange distance is a little different from side to side on my car. One side needs thicker washers than the other.on my car.http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/s...?make=Ford&model=Mustang&year=1995&vi=1134166
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http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/s...?make=Ford&model=Mustang&year=1995&vi=1134166
It will also need centric rings for the axle center. They sell them at summit I made my own ,but they took me a couple hours.
 

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I think it is one thing I didn't take a picture of. I had corvette brakes on the rear to begin with modular rotors. I took a picture of that. I'm planning on working on my car today. I will take pictures.
 
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