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post #1 of 4 Old 02-01-2009, 02:55 PM Thread Starter
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Spindle differences between 94/95 V6 and 96+

Does anyone know if the spindles are the same on 94/95 V6 and 96+ V6?

I'm working on a 5-lug swap on my 84GT and trying to see what my options are.

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the 94 95 spindles work great. However the 96 and up stick out farther and create clearance problems with your wheel rubbing the fender on a fox

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I actually found the specs.. 96 and up are 8 mm (5/16 ") wider than a 94 or 95
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FYI, year for year, the spindles are the same.

In other words, 1995 V6 spindles are the same part as 1995 GT spindles and are the same part as 1995 Cobra spindles.


96-04 spindles have better suspension geometry but push the wheel out 8mm more per side vs the 94/95 spindles.

94/95 spindles push the wheel out about 5mm vs stock fox crap

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