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A little spendy, but a seller on eBay machines these from scratch.




i don’t see them for the smaller V6/GT brakes though
 

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fyi you can flip the oem sn95 rear brackets to keep fox length axles
 

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To op you can take k member out with engine in place, you'll need a tool Harbor freight has,it straddles the inner fenders and keeps engine held up.
Yea I ended up seeing that a few weeks ago. That’s going to be on my to do list. I just got the 95 spindles sand blasted and they are going in for powder coating next week.
Haven’t been able to do anything with the notch since I’m still waiting on parts from Holley that’s been back ordered for 3 months which has but my project at a dead stop
 

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A little spendy, but a seller on eBay machines these from scratch.


Nice find, cheaper than buying that motorsports kit to get the brackets.
 

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Nice find, cheaper than buying that motorsports kit to get the brackets.
... angle grinder, drill and drill bits, hole saw, and possibly a welder... make your own much cheaper.

If you have an OEM SN95 bracket it helps even more.

Mine was for a different rotor/caliper combo, but could do it for any set up really

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