Front Cobra Brake Calipers F.S.

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I purchased these calipers with the plan to upgrade the stock front brakes on my '96 GT. I subsequently sold the car, and will not be using them. Add rotors and pads and you have what you need to upgrade the front brakes on your GT or V6 Mustang. These are new calipers (not reman, never mounted) powder-coated in black (no Cobra logo) and includes a set of new caliper brackets as shown in the photo. Asking $200 for the set, shipped within the lower 48.IMG_0672.jpg
 

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Curious: If there's no Cobra logo, that likely means they're aftermarket equivalents, correct? You may want to list the manufacturer.
GLWS.
 
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Yes they are aftermarket. IIRC they are Powerstop brand. I purchased these from ROCK Auto over a year ago, and I cannot locate the receipt to confirm the brand. There is no manufacturers marking visible on the caliper.

I am open to offers. They aren't going to be of use to me, so if you have an interest, shoot me a PM with an offer.
 

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I already upgraded to Cobra brakes all the way around on my GT. I just thought it might help you with the sale. Great upgrade.
 
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I already upgraded to Cobra brakes all the way around on my GT. I just thought it might help you with the sale. Great upgrade.
Thanks. I figure there are tons of these cars in need of a relatively low-cost upgrade - surprised that there isn't more interest.
 
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Well, going to give this one more shot. I am lowering the price to $100 plus the ride. If no takers here, then I will list them on FleaBay/Facebook Marketplace. I rarely check in on the forum any longer, so PM me if you are interested in these calipers.
 

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Well, going to give this one more shot. I am lowering the price to $100 plus the ride. If no takers here, then I will list them on FleaBay/Facebook Marketplace. I rarely check in on the forum any longer, so PM me if you are interested in these calipers.
Will you send me more pics please
 

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From what I've read, you'll need to add Cobra brakes lines and banjo bolts (plus pads/rotors) correct?
 
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I would strongly suggest that anyone considering installing these brakes also order a set of braided stainless steel brake lines to replace the stock OEM rubber hoses.
 

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What size rotors would you need to complete the install?
I've got a 1994 Gt. The difference between the years is actually immense. I would have to upgrade my hydraulic cylinder as well.

Second Q: to be clear... You've dropped this set to $100 shipping is NOT included with your final price? Just to be clear.
 
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What size rotors would you need to complete the install?
I've got a 1994 Gt. The difference between the years is actually immense. I would have to upgrade my hydraulic cylinder as well.

Second Q: to be clear... You've dropped this set to $100 shipping is NOT included with your final price? Just to be clear.

These require 13" Cobra rotors
 

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I'm probably your Huckleberry, if you still have them. Can you check shipping to Madison, AL 35756?
 

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Been trying to upgrade my brakes too. Damn supply issues are killing me. Most everything I like is out of stock or expensive as hell.
 

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