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I'm looking to do a brake swap on my 2001 Focus SE 4 door.

It currently has discs up front, drums in the rear, and has ABS.

Reason for doing this: A front spindle/knuckle needs the threads repaired for the caliper guide pin; the other spindle has a wheel bearing going out. The rear drums and bearings are shot.

The rear subframe needs some new bushings, so i plan to drop the entire rear end out and replace everything; including suspension parts (NOT listed in this thread).

The new fronts will be 05/SVT and the rears will be 05 discs. This is based on parts i have sitting around, and within the budget. This is a daily driver/beater.

So, it this parts list adequate?

FRONT:

2005 ball joints
2005 spindles
2005 wheel hub & bearings
2004 SVT Calipers, pads, brackets and rotors.

REAR:
2005 Calipers, rotors, pads, spindle stub shafts, wheels bearings, wheels seals, dust shields, ABS sensors, ABS rings.

My other questions concerns the E-brake and brake lines.

Will i need the (2) rear e-brake lines for a 2005?

Will I need/want the stainless steel brake line kit for a 2005 with rear discs brakes?

Thanks a bunch!
 

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Hit up http://batinc.net for the ss lines. Yea grab the e- brake cables from the '05.
 
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I'd delete the rear dust shields= not needed.
 
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