Hello all, First time poster, long time moocher. Recently I purchased a disk brake conversion kit for my wife's 1960 F100 from Master Power brakes. Supposed to be all I need to do the job right. So I pulled the drums and proceeded with the install. Now I am a fairly mechanically inclined dude, having spent 4 years and 2 long months in the Coast Guard as a Machinery Technician. Long story short... This kit simply will not fit. No matter what I do, the caliper will not mount because the steering arm and the tierod end are in the way. I did read in the instructions that perhaps the knob on the caliper may need to be ground off to make room. I haven't done it but it wouldn't make any difference anyway because of the tierod nut on top is completely in the way! Not to mention the bottom of the tie rod is in the way of the Allen bolt on back so there is no way to tighten it. If that isn't bad enough, the top part of the bracket will not clear the spindle top cap with or without the zerk fitting on. The bracket and set up is so off that now I am wondering if perhaps I got the wrong bracket set. Even if I was to some how find a way to grind and fit everything in, there would be no way I could even service my brakes with this current set up without having to drop the tie rod every time I needed to replace pads. Not sure if y'all can help me but I am at a loss here, and I sure would appreciate the assistance.