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Thats interesting,I would love a 70 grabber blue boss. This boss has 62k miles on it.That pic looks familiar....
That story I told about my ex learning to drive a stick, her girlfriend taught her to drive one, Sue had a 70 Grabber Blue Boss 302 a beautiful car. I still run into her now and then and she laments the day she let that car go. As I recall she paid about $4500.00 for it in 1981, and it was complaee, 60K mile car.
What rebuild kits are you using for the calipers? I have not had good luck rebuilding or buying parts store calipers. 5 leakers in a year.Took apart the rear calipers this morning and took them to powdercoat. Going to rebuild them when I get them back.
11mm,13mm and a t30 to completely disassemble them. There was one t30 bolt,the 11mm was for the bleed screw,and the other four bolts were 13mm.
You can either use a big pair of pliers to uncrew the piston carefully or an actual rear piston removal tool as the mustang rear caliper piston is screwed in.
caliper retainer kit = 4U2Z-2386-DA x2What rebuild kits are you using for the calipers? I have not had good luck rebuilding or buying parts store calipers. 5 leakers in a year.
I have used the hard parts from Ford, no problems. The seals, I have not.