Reviewed By Ronald D (SAINT PAUL, VA) Reviewed for a 1940 Ford 022 —10/14/2014 6:15 AM
1940 Ford Five window coupe with Foose 20 inch Coupe wheels and 13 inch Baer rotors. Killer looks and Stops To.
Reviewed By John M (OCALA, FL) Reviewed for a 1989 Ford Mustang —10/26/2013 4:37 AM
Overall, the kit is excellent. All parts that are needed for normal install were there and easy to install with thier directions. I believe that they need to make people with mods done to cars, more aware of some potential problems, like in my case with a cam that will not create the vacuum needed. They do sell vacuum pumps, but don't tell you ahead of time. Almost like they are afraid to tell, in thinking that customers might change mind if they add up cost ahead of time.
Reviewed By John F (Spring Grove, IL) Reviewed for a 1965 Ford Falcon —8/31/2011 2:28 PM
After extensive research I decided to purchase the SSBC front disc brake conversion for my 1965 Falcon convertible to replace the original four wheel drum brakes & single bowl master cylinder. The kit is very complete & the parts are of high quality. Mechanical installation was very straight forward. Prebent tubing is provided to plumb the proportioning valve but I tried every possible configuration & nothing worked so I bent my own. I would call the instructions adequate but could be greatly improved with photos or illustrations. I did call SSBC technical support & they were very helpful & knowledgable. A bench bleeding kit is provided for the master cylinder simplifying the bleeding pprocess. Probably took a total of 4-5 hours to install. The car now stops fast & straight. No more brake fade or pulling. AutoAnything had the best price + free shipping.