Maybe the one from the van I got my master from would have worked but some one took that before I pulled the master. Make sure you take everything from the donor car, including the master cylinder, combination valve, etc. You can just get 5-lug steel wheels that will take the dog dish hub caps and trim rings. . My 16 year old daughter doesn't have a problem either, she is athletic too. The Galaxie tie rod end stud is shorter then the '77-'79 so the cotter pin hole will not line up high enough through the castle nut to install the pin. .
That is what I used. Anyhow, Ford seems to have kept their master cylinders the mounting flange a standard size for decades. I also found the following. I didn't put a booster in as I didn't feel I need it. You can get adapters from to use the stock steering linkage with the Granada spindles. Our full line of complete disc brake kits are truly tailored with the Classic Ford owner in mind to put you in the winners circle.
Do a search, this has been discussed recently, I think in the last few weeks. In that case keep the booster to master push rod that comes with the booster and the original '67 or what ever year your car between the brake arm and booster. This kit is easy to install and works excellent on both drum and disc brake cars. We are very proud to offer high quality disc brake conversions for almost all classic cars. I haven't done much research into what I'll be using for a master cyl yet, but I figure that will be the easy part of the conversion. Car was also equiped with the granada booster,master cylinder and proportioning valve. I made numerous trips to the parts store for that piece!!! The push rod is preset but is adjustable to move the pedal height up or down.
Note: Booster requires a minimum 15 pounds of engine vacuum pressure at idle for maximum stopping power. Notes: Bolts to the factory V8 drum brake spindles. The mentioned sleeves for the tie rods from mustangsteve. Our kits generally include all necessary hardware and are designed to retain your original parts when possible. I think there is a forum out there that talks about kits, but I dont recall the suggestions and ease of doing.
There's even a tech walkthrough about the swap in general. For expert advice and service, please call us at 888 376-0771. The info on the booster might not be exact but should put you right in the ballpark. I popped a master from a mid '80s Econoline van, fit right in. Snatch the brackets for the front rubber lines. In order to shop on this Web store, you must have cookies enabled. .
I would like to hear from someone who has actually done it and what you used. Upgrading your Classic Fords brakes has never been easier with Dearborn Classics complete disc brake kits. They are a direct bolt on. You did not mention if you have power or not. I've never heard of swapping those discs onto a Falcon. Make a drawing showing this.
Order the model designed for fitment on your vehicle application—front, rear, or both. Some of the early Falcon upper control arms have a ball joint that will not fit with later spindles like a disc brake off a Maverick. If I remember, he was selling them in a kit but you'd have to do some searching on this site and others to see if they still offer them. Take some paper and a pencil and take note of where all the lines go. Just released Packard front brake kits. No need to remove the spindle no special tools for ball joint separation or re-installation and does not have to have the front end re-aligned, saving time and expense. I already had it on my comet just to see if it bolts up.