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hmm, I would say no, if it included things like what to look for in a place to get the rotors drilled for our bolt pattern, what sort of hub ring you need, what wheels it works with (like what aftermarket 17s work and don't work), information on getting a spare that fits, what you need to do the rears, etc.

I realize that is for a Mustang, but stuff like them saying those star retainers for the rotors are a safety feature I gotta say that they are only there to retain them so putting on the wheel is a little easier.
 

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Yeah, I was going to do that, but I am doing it for less than half the price of the discbrakesrus setup, sure it doesn't have a thunderbird (which matches my Cougar as well as machined letters C O B R A) and mine are red, and I got the expensive FRPP rotors when I could have gotten cheaper ones, but it is still cheaper, even with what I have to pay to get the rotors machined.

I could have done it for more than 100 bucks less if I had gone with the plain Mach I calipers and some of the Brembo factory replacement rotors. I figure I am doing front and rear for less than the discbrakesrus price, but it is nice to have that option!

The only part of that site that should be a sticky is how nice they look behind 17 inch wheels versus the little ones!
 

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Fast Ed brackets, Cobra 11.65 rorotors and the GP lines.
 
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