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Old 10-13-2011, 01:28 PM   #1
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Front 5-Lug Conversion Question

I currently have a set of complete S197 Spindles w/rotor and dual piston calipers of a 2000 GT and was told they will fit on my 87 Fox but will make my front track width wider and was wondering if i have to go with SN-95 Spindles
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Re: Front 5-Lug Conversion Question

IT PROBABLY WILL, BUT I REALLY Don't know
I believe the cheapest way to go on the ol 5.0 was with Ford Ranger front Rotors , 2 wheel drive of coarse
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Sn95 spindles are the ones to use, of course you want the banjo bolt from it to attach your brake lines. S197 spindles can be made to work bit there is a lot of work that has to be done.

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IT PROBABLY WILL, BUT I REALLY Don't know
I believe the cheapest way to go on the ol 5.0 was with Ford Ranger front Rotors , 2 wheel drive of coarse
Those won't work, he would need the 85-up Lincoln mark iiv front rotors provided it's a 5.0 car not a 4 cyl conversion.
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go to a junk yard can get them cheaper if they work theres one down the road from me called pull a part where i bought this (radio bezel) a junk yard can be full of jewels.
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Sn95 spindles are the ones to use, of course you want the banjo bolt from it to attach your brake lines. S197 spindles can be made to work bit there is a lot of work that has to be done.

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Those won't work, he would need the 85-up Lincoln mark iiv front rotors provided it's a 5.0 car not a 4 cyl conversion.
Do the Marks have the same lug spacing as a Mustang? I know Tbirds are slightly different..
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Do the Marks have the same lug spacing as a Mustang? I know Tbirds are slightly different..
The mark vii yes but it's the hub on rotor like the fox so you don't have to change the spindle. The mark viii has a larger pattern.
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