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Hub swaps?

What possible hub swaps are feasible with these cars?

The reason I ask is because I found a set of rims online for like $89 a piece that would look killer but they're for a 2005 Mustang...

What are the bolt spacing that's stock and what all can it be swapped out to? I have no problem with the process since the entire suspension is getting an overhaul rather quickly.

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You can use SN95 front & rear hubs.
You can get them from "Fast Ed"

Use 99 Mustang front rotors & hubs
Use same rear hubs & redrill your rear rotors or drums

You need 94 up front spindles & calipers.

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Hello

You can use SN95 front & rear hubs.
You can get them from "Fast Ed"

Use 99 Mustang front rotors & hubs
Use same rear hubs & redrill your rear rotors or drums

You need 94 up front spindles & calipers.

Paul

Could it be possible to just do a big brake upgrade for that year Mustang? I want to upgrade the brakes while it's apart to compensate for the 20s and sound system.

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you would still need the hubs. Don't know if the will fit. Don't think so.


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Could it be possible to just do a big brake upgrade for that year Mustang? I want to upgrade the brakes while it's apart to compensate for the 20s and sound system.
did you bother to read the articles i linked you to? your hub and brake questions would both be answered.




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You have a choice! YOu can send your rear hubs and rotors to Stu at:http://irsmachining.com/. For the price of the cobra rear hubs you get the MN12 rear hubs and rotors drilled to SN95. Put them back on you car and your done with the rear.
Then for the front buy a set of front hubs from an SN95 mustang and the front rotors and put them on your MN12. Bolt on swap. You are done! YOu save a bunch of money and trouble. The easiest and least expensive way to go to a wheel change to Mustang SN95. YOu can later upgrade you front calipers using Mustang PBR's or upgrade to the cobra rotors and calipers. However this set up is great and works well. You will be happy

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