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By 1966, all Ford wheels were disc compatible. Some wheels on very early 65 might be a problem, so if you have some junkyard replacement wheels it might be an issue.

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post #17 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-24-2019, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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So you're saying your stock 14" rims fit on the KH disc brakes you installed. Where did you get them from, I'll probably want to get a set as well.
Any info on that would be great, thanks.

The wheels are the oe wheels the old girl came with. the brake kit i bought from Dan at chockostangclassicmustang.com he sells a complete kit, i mean a complete kit, well everything but the brake fluid.

i also bought my power steering components from him, has to be about the nicest guy you could meet.
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Thanks Jeff, good to know.

Yeah Dan is great to deal with, and very knowledgeable about what he sells. I've bought a disc brake kit from him several years back, that's the one I put on our 66 Comet. It fit and worked great.

Sorta why I was asking about your setup, because the stock 14" wouldn't fit that kit, and my style wheels didn't either. Dan has probably since gotten other kits that'll work, I'll be checking with him when I get to that point in my build.
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