CSRP vs Chockostang front disc brake conversion

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Red65Cyclone
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CSRP vs Chockostang front disc brake conversion

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I see CSRP and Chockostang disc brake conversion kits are popular with members here. The kits for a '65 Cyclone are similar in price ($46 different) so what's the difference in the kits?

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Re: CSRP vs Chockostang front disc brake conversion

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both are same type brakes,Kelsey Hayes type 4 piston calipers.

I used the csrp kit. has everything you need but hard lines. at the time it was the cheaper of the 2 kits & csrp had a deal back then ,,,when ordering,,if you said you saw the ad in vintage mustang forum he would knock 20$ off the shipping,or free shipping depending on your location.

no experience with chocostang but have heard nothing but good reports on them.
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Re: CSRP vs Chockostang front disc brake conversion

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Ive gotten kits from both. You cant go wrong with either one in my opinion.

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Re: CSRP vs Chockostang front disc brake conversion

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Got mine from Dan at Chockostang. Installed on a 66 Caliente, manual brakes, was a simple install.
I did have to get 15” rims, the 14” stock steel rims wouldn’t fit, was told that before purchase, but we wanted to go with a nice mag wheel setup anyway.
Dan was always responsive for any questions, and I see that on the Mustang (VMF) forum as well.
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