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Will it work?

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Will it work?

Post #1 by Spyke » Tue Jun 10, 2003 8:14 pm ... brakes.htm

I came across the above page. According to it you can use an 87 Mustang 4 cyl booster and mc to convert to power brakes. It involves drilling a few holes and even allows the use of the original pedal, stop light switch, prop valve etc. Plus it's cheap, around $125 for everything new! Right now I am running all 4 wheel stock drums.

Will this work for me on my 68?
Has anyone here done this on a 67 or 68?
Pros and cons?
I asume this setup will work if I switch to a granana setup down the road?

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