Originally Posted by Sybesma07
I'm going for a really nice updated ride. Plus I'm not going to screw up the original parts on my mustang. If I was to do that. I would just buy the tokico shocks and re drill my spindles but not doing that.
---------- Post added 09-11-2012 at 12:09 AM ---------- Previous post was 09-10-2012 at 11:34 PM ----------
Actually just found some good info. I can update to 87 to 93 for spindles or I can find strut spacers and then I can use 87 struts on my 86 spindles. Probably best to just update my spindles? You think? Don't know how those spacers are?
Ok. it's early morning and I have been unable to sleep all night, so I hope I'm not misunderstanding you, but I didn't mean for you to "screw up" your original parts, what I meant was to drill out or slot the mounting holes on the strut itself to make it match the 86 strut mount bolt pattern. I think that is the only difference in the struts, but check that to be sure.
Do it however you wish, but that would be easier than changing spindles.