Everyone likes options. Whether that be an option of a different color, a different size or a different price, options are a good thing. However, if you don’t understand the difference between the options you’re given, it can be a daunting task to pick which is best for you.
The vehicles made from the late 50's to early 70's are some of the best looking cars in American history. Some of our favorites of this era come from the Ford Motor Company. It must not be just us that thinks this since the kits we offer for this application are some of our best sellers. Therefore, we thought we would take a look at the Legend Series Disc Brake Conversion Kits that we offer for the 1957 -1972 Full-Size Fords.
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Spring is here and that means getting your hot rod back out. Yeah, we know some of you live in a climate that you drive your classic 52 weeks out of the year. We’ll admit it, we are jealous. When bringing the car out of storage, there are some things that need to be checked and some maintenance that needs to be performed within the brake system.
Over the course of many years our customers have used our Legend Series brake system which has proven to be a very strong and reliable. The Legend Series has been the staple of Master Power Brakes since our inception in the 80's. It continues to be our top seller and most commonly used kit. However at Master Power Brakes we are always looking for new ways to improve upon things. This led us to take another look at our Legend Series kits and what we could do to improve them. The result of that hard work is our Rallye Series disc brake conversion kits.
Because we are gear heads, we take every chance to look under the hoods during car shows and swap meets. One of our guys just got back from a big show and he was surprised by how a mistake he saw so many times.
To use his words, “How could something like this be wrong on so many vehicles?”