Can you walk me through this? I've heard the brackets are out there, just have not seen which one to use on the Versailles since they have a different axle and bearing set up.
I need to document this when I tackle mine.
EDIT: Don't worry, saw your other post on the subject.
If have any questions ...PM me.
2003 SVT Cobra
1989 Saleen Convertible #243
1965 Fastback C Code
1951 F1 Pick Up
I don't understand why everyone is saying parts are difficult for the versailles rears... I have been searching in a last ditch effort to determine if I am going to install my versailles rear in my 67 based on alot of folks comments about not doing so. Calipers can be ordered from numerous sites, $45. Rotors are $25, easily ordered. It's a 9" unit, has easier to work on disk brakes instead of drums.. seem's like it's the right way to go vs. a stock drum unit.
Ok, go find some of the soft lines that bolt to the caliper and connect to the hard lines. In stock, not just an ad for them.
FWIW, I wound up using Cobra front lines that I had to drill out and install a roll pin to keep them from rotating.
Someone else here posted a different line that is easier to make work.
1995 GT convertible - Laser Red (RIP, old friend)
1995 GT convertible - Black (Son's ride)
1966 GT Fastback under restoration- Code T Red
with White LeMans stripes.
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