Your brakes are 10'' & the '05+ cars are equipped w/ 10.9'' brakes. To bolt those on you'll need the '05 only spindles= the '05+ brake calipers require the ears on the spindle to be spaced apart for the bigger caliper. In '05 Ford installed a bigger tapered ball joints. In '06 ford changed to a bigger strut diameter.You can still use your struts, using the '05 spindle. So it boils down to= You'll need to get the '05 only spindles, the '05+ ball joints & then you can bolt on the '05+ rotors & calipers. The '05+ brakes use a 10.9'' rotor & the svt's use a 300mm 11.8'' rotors w/ bigger calipers. Idk how many miles are on your car, but if you need to do ball joints, this swap makes sense. If I was doing it, I'd do the svt brake kit. Hit up Steve at Toulsey ford for M-2300-SVTF5, includes rotors/calipers & brake lines & caliper bolts. You could check to see if he has or can get M-2300-SVTF4 which is the same but comes w/ svt spindles, that'll bolt right up.
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