richs347 said:On my '92 GT I had a 12" coil spring with Cobra R wheels and 245's, stock a-arm and k-member, 94-95 spindles. There was too much interference and the wheel wouldn't fit with the long spring.
I really don't think longer control arms will help the situation of wheel and coil-over clearance. It does nothing to change the relationship of the spindle (which the wheel is mounted to) and strut (which the coil-over it mounted to). It would increase track width, change available camber range, camber curve, and some other smaller details. The wheel spacers would help, but some may not want to use them due to application and clearance.mesostophiles said:Or if you wanna cheat use 94 and up tubular front control arms for .75 more spacing or use a wheel spacer.
You are reviving a thread that is almost a year old. This thread has already been discussed. You must have a specific question. If you have a question about this topic, please post your question. Posting "ttt" gives us no information as to what you would like to know other than what has already been discussed.