Mustang GT 12.5" & 13.2" & V6 12.5" Front Retrofit Kits for 65-73 Drum Brake Spindles and Hubs
(and other Fords using similar spindle)17" wheels required
Use of the 13.2” brakes may require fitting of 18” wheels to clear the larger diameter rotor/caliper assembly. Some 17” wheels may clear, but owner is responsible to verify fitting of wheels on the larger brakes.
This kit will allow installation of late model 2005 - 2009 Mustang GT 12.5" rotors and calipers or 2011-current Mustang GT 13.2" rotors and calipers onto existing DRUM BRAKE hubs
Removal of spindles from the car is not necessary.
Front end alignment is not necessary.
Brackets bolt to original drum brake spindles, utilizing drum brake hubs after removal of hub
Mustang GT 12.5" rotors fit snug to the existing stud shoulders on the existing drum brake spindles
Mustang GT calipers bolt to the brackets.
Vehicle's TRACK WIDTH is not changed. Normal wheel backspacing is maintained. Can use late model 94-04 wheels with 1" spacer if desired.
FRONT CALIPER BRACKETS ARE CAD DESIGNED AND CUT ON STATE-OF-THE-ART LASER MACHINES.
Brackets are made out of steel..
REAR CALIPER BRACKETS ARE 3/8" STEEL, CUT ON LASER CNC MACHINE
Allows installation of any 2005 - 2009 Mustang GT calipers and the 11.75" Mustang GT rear rotors
Emergency brake cables can easily be connected to the late model calipers. (calipers are switched right for left & left for right to facilitate e-brakes, mounting aft of the axle instead of
in front like the new GT. This keeps bleed screws on top also)
Two sizes available,one for 8" and small 9" bearing rear end. One for the large bearing rear axles, including Versailles and late Ford style.
FULL INSTRUCTIONS ARE INCLUDED WITH EACH KIT
These items are considered race only, or off-road. Improper installation or any type of brake failure can cause serious injury or death. Car owner assumes all risk of
failure of any kind upon installing these brake parts.
MustangSteve is not responsible for any consequences should a failure of any kind occur. These parts must be installed by someone who is competent in installing and
modifying automobile brake systems.