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post #1 of 5 Old September 2nd, 2010, 05:34 PM Thread Starter
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Dave's Mustang Parts conversion kit?

So i was doing a google search on 5 lug conversions and i stumbled upon this kit. have any of you guys ever heard of this or have known anyone that has had success with this kit? it's a complete kit that comes with everything you need to do a sn95 conversion. In the description it says that these are factory take off parts from SN95 Mustangs that have been inspected, sand blasted and painted. The rotors come turned and ready to go.
They are based out of New mexico. So was just wondering.
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post #2 of 5 Old September 2nd, 2010, 05:35 PM
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Never heard of it. I used Late Model Resto's 5-lug kit for the rear, and got my spindles from the junkyard.

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i heard that with tha kit from late model that you are limited with wheel selection like the "junk yard conversion"i'm wanting to go bullitts or fr500 on my 92 lx.
this is what the kit that i found includes:
SN95 Spindles
SN95 Hubs
SN95 Front rotors
SN95 Calipers and hoses
SN95 Banjo Bolts
SN95 Axles (increase rear track by 3/4" each side)
SN95 backing plate
SN95 Anti-moan brackets
SN95 Rear rotors
SN95 Rear calipers and hoses
SN95 Master Cylinder
SN95 Brake Booster (may not be needed depending on brake feel and cam usage)
Custom bent rear hard lines (stock lines may be able to be modified to work)
Adjustable Proportioning Valve
FMS Proportioning Valve Plug
Brake Fluid
New brake pads
3-2 Port Conversion (converts master cylinder for usage on a Fox body car)

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How would it limit you on choices?

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Never heard of it. I used Late Model Resto's 5-lug kit for the rear, and got my spindles from the junkyard.
From what i heard you can only use certain factory wheels such as 17" gt wheels, v6 wheels, and a few other factory wheels. thats what i read on other forums, so if i am wrong then i am wrong. If you got sn95 spindles and other hardware then skies the limit but with most kits that are "budget friendly" your limited on wheel selection just as if you did the "junkyard conversion" using Ranger and Lincoln components. again that i just what i heard.
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