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Cortina brakes

Gday i tried asking this question in the brakes forums but got no response i was wondering if anyone could help me here. Is it a straight foward process or a bitch and not worth it to say put XF brakes (discs and drums) onto an TE Cortina?

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Re: Cortina brakes

not worth the hassle. hoppers stoppers do the best front conversion with au2 brakes and any bolt pattern u want. speak to any reputable diff shop to do the rear conversion

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