You will most likely need to remove the rear quad shocks, roll the outer fenders, beat on the inner fenders and possibly modify the exhaust for the 10 inch wide wheels to fit. Every car is a little bit different and tire size will also determine what all is required to fit. The Eibach Sportline springs are a very low spring so it's hard to say for sure what all will be required.
Answered by Lee C. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
I HAVE A 3 INCH LIFT KIT ON MY MUSTANG HATCHBACK...LIFT BLOCKS,DROP BRACKETS,EXTENDED STRUTS,AND SHOCK EXSTENTION BOLTS!! IT ACTUALLY IS 6 INCHES FROM FENDER TO TIRE! AND IS 19 INCHES FROM THE GROUND TO THE FRONT AND REAR BUMPERS!! DO YOU THINK THAT I CAN USE THESE WHEELS ON THE FRONT OF MY MUSTANG...WILL I HAVE CLEARANCE ISSUES!?
Asked by JEFF H. from OLD HICKORY | Comment 0 0
You should be alright, although on the 79-93 fox body you may need to reverse or remove the quad shocks in order to fit a 10in wheel on the rear
Answered by Trey P. from Lorena | Comment 0 0
Any of the tubular or boxed control arms we offer will take care of the wheel hop issue for you so that you can eliminate the quad shocks. Our most popular setup is our SVE control arm set, part number SVE-5649AT.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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