Why do you use the 1996 front spindles for the Fox body upgrade to SN95 rather than 1994? Wasn't 1994 the first year for the SN95 chassis?
I have a 1993 LX 5.0L and I am considering upgrading front brakes to 13" Cobra rotors and calipers and was curious why the 1996 spindles are used in your kits.
In the same vane, what year axles are used for the 5 lug rear conversion?
Asked by Sam P. from Edgewood |
The 94-95 Mustangs shared the same spindle design and the 96-04 version was altered slightly when Ford changed the steering rack location in order to fit properly with the new modular motor platform. Both 94-95 spindles and 96-04 spindles will work when converting a fox to the SN-95 front brake set up. Some of the aftermarket k-Member manufacturers actually designed their K-members to be used with the 96-04 Spindles The reason we offer the 96-04 version is simply due to the availability of them. The 94-95 specific spindles are more difficult to source and carry a higher price tag than the 96-04 versions.
Answered by Scott G.from hewitt |
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