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Discussion in 'Fox-Body Cobras' started by johnh, Nov 8, 2013.
Thanks SVTORANGE but i tried the factory e-cables and they are working so far.
TEAL VNM your car looks awesome! One day I'll order some wheels from TF!
Awesome glad you worked it out
Just picked up my first Fox Cobra. Love it so far. Can everyone share what components they are using for the 5-lug swap on these cars?
Most the time it's SN-95 spindles on the front, then new axle's on the rear.
I used the control arms, spindles and brakes from an 04 COBRA for the front and did an IRS swap in the rear = PERFECTION
Car handles and rides AWESOME
If you run stock 93 cobra axle's most 17x9 or 18x9 rear wheels will stick out.
this is what i did...
stainless steel lines all around
I also did rear hard lines (I'm not sure if they were needed)
stock foxbody length axles Edit...I currently have 18x10 for the rear wheels
these rear disc brake caliper brackets http://www.latemodelrestoration.com...Disc-Brake-Caliper-Adapter-Brackets-For-Cobra
03 cobra caliper (front and Rear)
03 cobra rotor (the link above will allow you to run the 11.65 in rear rotor)
why do they call it fox body
what is the difference between a regular mustang and a cobra mustang like these
Thanks! I will look into this!
The 93 cobra axles are 3/4 of an inch longer on each side. They are the same length as a 94-98 axles but I believe the hub is a tad smaller.
Just got the new wheels and suspension on it
Thanks alot! I appreciate it :beer:
Not a problem :beer:
Here are some pictures of how mine has been sitting for way to long.
Nvm, not a 93 cobra :uh oh:
My old girl...
^^^ Looks like your making progress, is that a coupe your working on too?
not a real cobra but everything on this car came off of real 93 cobras except for doors and the shell which is a 1987 t-top car