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  1. degins
    04-15-2015 02:00 AM - permalink
    degins
    The shipment has finally been transferred to rail, so I will DEFINITELY have them within 10 days.
  2. tealsvt1315
    04-14-2015 12:47 PM - permalink
    tealsvt1315
    Is there any update with the 65/66 drop spindles? Available yet? ETA?
  3. degins
    03-29-2015 01:42 AM - permalink
    degins
    The 67-70 type has been manufactured and is in transit; ETA about 3 weeks.
    Dennis
  4. ORIGINAL68
    03-28-2015 06:35 PM - permalink
    ORIGINAL68
    hello do you have the steel braided lines for the 1968 mustang master cylinder. i bought your swap 1 and last time i checked with you they were only available for the 1966. you said to check back. thanks brian
  5. degins
    03-02-2015 02:03 AM - permalink
    degins
    No sign up is required. We will have enough stock to fill the initial demand. I will announce availability on VMF (probably in late March to early April.
  6. Fastnuf
    03-01-2015 12:27 PM - permalink
    Fastnuf
    Hello,
    Is there a sign up list for the dropped spindles? If so, sign me up for a set please. Also, if a deposit is required, let me know who to PayPl it to.
    Greg Davis
    San Diego, Ca 92114
    619-540-1587
  7. degins
    07-28-2013 02:39 PM - permalink
    degins
    Adjust the pedal to the desired height. Make sure that the pedal has SOME play (isn't pegged against its stop).
    Dennis
  8. 2manyfords
    07-28-2013 12:37 PM - permalink
    2manyfords
    Started your disk brake conversion yesterday and have everything installed except the master cylinder. It looks like the residual valve is now part of the master cylinder? My car had manual brakes and converting to power. Do you have a certain play I need to adjust the brake pedal to?

    Thanks
    Greg in woodinville
  9. stellablue
    05-22-2013 02:39 PM - permalink
    stellablue
    Hello there. Looking for some brake advice. I have a 66' mustang coupe 289 with factory power brakes (drums all the way around) and I have a leaky unreliable MC. I want to replace it with a dual bowl MC and new booster. Do you guys make anything for my situation that would bolt right in to where the old MC/booster is. I really don't want to modify the firewall if I don't have to. Any advice would be appreciated.
  10. degins
    05-07-2013 11:16 PM - permalink
    degins
    I believe the master cylinder bore is too large.

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