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Jack vehicle up and set on jack stand (on frame) remove tire, brake caliper, place a jack under the lower A arm leaving a small gap between (3/8") the jack and the A arm. Spray area with WD 40 remove the nut from the ball joint. Strike the spindle with a hammer (single blow at a time) in the area were the tapered shaft of the ball joint goes through it and it should release it, then you can lower the A arm down slowly releasing the spring tension.
I think they will work.
If they wont its only because of the ball joint pin size is different.
What I mean by the balljoint pin, is the tapered pin that has the threaded tip for the nut.
The way to check is to measure the pin size and compare them to the ones you have.
If they are not the same it may be possible to find balljoints with the proper size pin that will fit the mustang control and A arms. (somtimes a pain in ****).
With that all said, the other part of the conversion, Im sure you know,is the master cylinder and the proportioning valve for disk brakes.
you can also use a manual adjustable proportioning valve if you did not want to use one made for disk brakes.