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Rear disc brake conversion :Help ID the calipers
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I picked off some rear disc brakes from a mustang restoration shop and he said he was sure they were off an 87-92 SVO? Install went fine on one side however I’m missing a parking brake Clevis shackle , the calipers are Ford stamped with a 2431–C and B with a circle stamped on the calipers.
I can’t find any information on them and that means I can’t find the parking brake shackle anywhere! Any ideas on how to go about identifying this?

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SVO Mustangs were 84~86 and had rear discs. The '93 Cobra had rear discs as well. The later years of the T-Bird Turbo Coupe (87-88) also had rear discs.

Might want to browse the images of those models rear calipers on Rock Auto to find what you have. That'll at least give you a starting point of the actual pedigree of your rear calipers and a trip to the Ford dealer might yield the clevis or at least a part # if it's obsolete.


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