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North Racecars SN-95Cobra 11.65 kit for Fox body length axles.

www.northracecars.com

Bought the caliper brackets, hardware, Fox length 5-lug axles(Yukon 28 spline), and the cables for $440, they don't list that as an option, but if you call and talk to Richard - that's the deal.

Traded in a set of junkyard core calipers (SN-95)at Advance Auto and a $100 for a pair of reman calipers, and another $25 for cheap pads until my Hawks get here.

Bought a set of new brake lines from Classic Tube, already modified for the brake conversion for $40(in Stainless Steel). With these tubes, this was an absolute plug and play modification.

Here's the part number....

Part No# FD1019C
Make / Type Ford Rear Disc Kit - M-2300-C Kit or M-2300-E

Rear Axle Lines

Model / Size Mustang
Year 1990
OE Steel $30.00
SS Steel $40.00

http://www.classictube.com/

Took about two hours to install everything except for the parking brake cables, everything fit good. As I'm changing around the parking brake lever/mechanism, I haven't assembled the new equalizer, etc. yet.







 

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Looks good, I bought the rear caliper brackets for Cobra brakes on a Fox and they fit perfect, were delivered fast and I got excellent customer service. They even called me back after they were closed. Thanks northracecars!
 

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I'll be doing the same thing axles are ordered w/ North car race cars help. Waht kind of drag wheel can be fit on there now w/ teh Cobra set up??
 

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So classic tube has the pre-bent hard lines that adapt to the SN95 soft lines without cutting and reflaring the stock hard lines? I couldn't seem to find those on their site.
 

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