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SN95 Ranger Disc Conversion Parts - IN

Up for grabs is a great start to modding your 28 Spline rear drums to disc brakes.

All you need is Ford Mustang Cobra Caliper Brackets and hard brake lines.

SN95 Conversion Parts
Modded SN95 Brackets

Anti-Moan Brackets

Dust Shields

Rear Rotors - Brand New/Never Used/Installed

6 Dust Shield Bolts / 2 Banjo Bolts for Most Mustang GT and All Cobra Rear Calipers

All Brand New Parts with Ford OEM Boxes


I have a set of Mustang GT Rear Calipers that have been painted but need Ford Mustang Rear Cobra Caliper Brackets. I have the soft lines too but have modifed them and will throw them in at no additional cost. You have to run new hard lines so you will need to purchase those from an autoparts store before you begin this project.


To recap you will need pre-flared (or double bubble flaring kit), two Cobra Caliper Brackets, and Dot 3 brake fluid.

Asking 150 plus shipping - I lowered the price by 30 dollars which I thought would cover most shipping costs but now I'm not so sure.

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I'd like to do this mod on my truck but I can't use the larger rotors. I assume the axle brackets would work on my axle but I'd need standard GT caliper brackets??

Would you sell it without the rotors?

If you will seperate it, depending on your location I may be able to pick them up instead of shipping them..


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I'd like to do this mod on my truck but I can't use the larger rotors. I assume the axle brackets would work on my axle but I'd need standard GT caliper brackets??

Would you sell it without the rotors?

If you will seperate it, depending on your location I may be able to pick them up instead of shipping them..


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The GT rotors are too small. I tried to do the SN95 with GT rotors but it didn't work out it placed the pads too far out. That's why it's so important to use the larger rotors and Cobra Caliper brackets. I have GT caliper brackets but have widened out the rotor width but don't feel comfortable selling them in case something would happen and be held accountable.

I'd be willing to seperate and live in Evansville, IN.
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I was under the assumption that others have used the smaller rotors without any issues. What's the difference in your parts then??


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Hey , will you do 150 picked up? I am in indianapolis for the weekend. Please give me a call or text 440 5399136
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I will take dubs if interceptor does not buy em.
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I was under the assumption that others have used the smaller rotors without any issues. What's the difference in your parts then??


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I may have gotten the wrong parts when I went to the Auto Parts store. I was under the impression you could buy 01 Mustang GT rotors and everything would work.
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Hey , will you do 150 picked up? I am in indianapolis for the weekend. Please give me a call or text 440 5399136
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Still for sale? Im located in Muncie IN and am interested. Feel free to text or email number 7658810679 or [email protected]
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The GT rotors are too small. I tried to do the SN95 with GT rotors but it didn't work out it placed the pads too far out. That's why it's so important to use the larger rotors and Cobra Caliper brackets. I have GT caliper brackets but have widened out the rotor width but don't feel comfortable selling them in case something would happen and be held accountable.

I'd be willing to seperate and live in Evansville, IN.

Ok, how much for the following? Picked up and shipped pricing?

Anti-moan brackets, axle brackets, dust shields, all hardware, both calipers and all hoses.


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Ok, how much for the following? Picked up and shipped pricing?

Anti-moan brackets, axle brackets, dust shields, all hardware, both calipers and all hoses.


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I'm going to say you can have everything listed for 150 picked up. I had to change it because I'm not so sure on shipping costs anymore. I just shipped a radio and it was 20 bucks. I have no idea how much a huge and heavy box is going to cost to ship. I would prefer pickup due to it being easier on the parts.
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So it's the same price without the rotors? I don't need them so if that's the case then I'll definitely pass.


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So it's the same price without the rotors? I don't need them so if that's the case then I'll definitely pass.


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I sent you a PM.
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Pm returned.


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smokin' deal here folks. Does it include pads?

You don't even have to get a new hardline....you can just bend your stock one with a
90* bend to the front of the truck for clearance, then run your soft lines to there. That is what most guys do because they don't have a proper flaring tool to make a new hardline.
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I hope this stuff is still around when and if I can scrounge up the dough..

He didn't mention it having the pads to me.


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I hope this stuff is still around when and if I can scrounge up the dough..

He didn't mention it having the pads to me.


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No, I don't have any pads to go with this kit.
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120 plus shipping for everything
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180 Shipped to lower 48

I have a lot more than that in the kit. I don't have the time to try and do this on my dd again.
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Hey man, shipping won't cost $60


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180 Shipped to lower 48

I have a lot more than that in the kit. I don't have the time to try and do this on my dd again.
Did you try ounce and fail if so why?
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Hmm... I want. PM sent.
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Did you try ounce and fail if so why?
Ya I tried to pre-flare my lines and couldn't get them right. If I had the pre-flared brake lines I would have had it. But I don't want to attempt again, now that I got everything back to normal. I wanted discs on there really bad too but I don't want to spend the money on it. You reach a point where you are just frustrated with everything and don't want to mess with it anymore.

So my advice is to buy pre-flared brake lines!
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