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    Default Source for 79-89 brake pad

    Both my 89 Wagons brake pedal pads need replacing. I looked on-line and can't find a source for replacements. The E-bay auction below looks like mine, but I can't tell if it will fit. Anybody know? WagonMan
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1965-66-67-...MAAOSwSoVba3dV
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    Master parts manual shows C8SZ-2454-B for 80-89 and C6OZ-2457-B for 87-89. Its a 60s part number so probably the same as every automatic thing used from the mid 60s onward.

    for the curious, 80-81 Lincoln is D74Y-2457-A or C8SZ-2454-B. 82-86 Town Car is D74Y-2457-A, 82 is C8SZ-2454-B and 87-89 is C6OZ-2457-B

    no I don't know why its listed that way but so far as I know physically they're all the same.

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    Some of the E-bay listings for the Mustang pads have "DISC BRAKE" molded in them and Stainless trim on the edges, Would be something dressy for our mundane car interiors. WagonMan
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    Yep... my car back in 2012



    Unsure if the pic will be messed up because of photobucket....

    Quote Originally Posted by WagonMan View Post
    Some of the E-bay listings for the Mustang pads have "DISC BRAKE" molded in them and Stainless trim on the edges, Would be something dressy for our mundane car interiors. WagonMan
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    WagonMan try Doman I have sen break pedal pads sold by Doman that look similar to our cars.

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    87gtVIC, pic looks great! Did you find stainless surrounds for all three pedals"? Rodentkiller, I will check for DorMan pads tomorrow. Thanks, WagonMan
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    Yes. The brake pedal was easy as it is sold. The parking brake and accelerator pedal ones were junkyard sourced.


    Quote Originally Posted by WagonMan View Post
    87gtVIC, pic looks great! Did you find stainless surrounds for all three pedals"? Rodentkiller, I will check for DorMan pads tomorrow. Thanks, WagonMan
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