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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-10-2006, 03:51 PM Thread Starter
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hub swap questions

Last night I was looking up new wheel bearings and I found complete hubs, I would like to open up the oportunity for more wheel choices by using the mustang hubs. My questions is what is all required for the hub swap? because from what the hubs look like it looks kind of simple and I am not used to things being that easy so I figure there is more to it then what i see.

Any thoughts, comments, guidence, or a write up would be GREATLY apreciated.
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There's a write-up in the tech article section off the main page. It's under suspension and is for changing from the MN-12 to SN-95 bolt pattern.

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Can't help with any first-hand experience, since I only did the t-bird drum to disc swap with the PBR's up front.

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thanks that is as easy as I thought Yippie! lmao I guess this will be happening soon since I need new bearings anyway.
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