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SN95 V6 - Rear Disc Brake Conversion - 7.5 & 8.8

I know for a fact this will fit a 8.8, pretty sure the 7.5 as well. But this is a rear disc conversion off a SN95 V6 Mustang. This includes:

Pair of Rotors - Plenty thick, no gouging or blueing. Minor surface rust (will be gone once first used)

Pair of Calipers w/rubber brake lines attached

Pair of Rear Dust Shields

Pair of Backing plates

Pair of Caliper Adapter brackets

All you need is to bend up a hardline, cut the backing plates so they slide over the axles, and buy some pads! (If you search there are threads on SN95 Rear disc conversions)

There is nothing wrong with any part here, just never got around to installing it. The backing plates alone are $100 on ebay.

I am looking for $200obo for the setup. Plus shipping (cheap as possible).

Please PM if you are interested. Thanks!

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