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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 03:33 PM Thread Starter
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disc brake questions

67 Vert that originally came with power discs.

SSBC billet 4 piston calipers on the front and we are leaning towards getting a 9 inch rear with discs off of ebay:

Complete 9" Rearend - 1967-1970 Ford Mustang - 9 Inch | eBay


What should I do for lines and booster/MC?

Do I need to run a porp. valve?

Do I eliminated the stock distribution block?

Bend my own lines or start with a 67 kit?



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What should I do for lines and booster/MC?

Do I need to run a porp. valve?

Yes, All Front Disc will run a P Valve.----Oh Yes next Question, I GOT Rear Disc, Fronts don't know that, Weight tranfer is same, Rear Disc/Rear Drum, makes no difference.

Do I eliminated the stock distribution block?

Obvious you are not doing a point car, just a good driver, YES, keep the stock distribution block, plumb a P valve in the REAR cirucuit--Where ever you want, again the fronts don't care.

Bend my own lines or start with a 67 kit?

Yes, get generic lines, a tube bend, a case of Bud, HAVE FUN!

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