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If you did the 5 lug method of changing to SN95 spindles and brakes in the front; then these are the correct wheels to go with. SVE-1007DB. I ran these on my old 89 Mustang, but keep in mind you may have to do some body modifications. We had to modify the fender spat, splash shield, and roll the fenders. With all of that done they would still rub in tight spots like a parking lot, but they looked great on the car.
Answered by Lee C. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0
You will probably have major rubbing issues. I ran these on my '89 LX with Pro-Kit springs and had to do quite a bit of body modifications and it would still rub on tight turns.
Answered by Lee C. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
While we have not installed these on a car with stoptechs, we have an employee car running these wheels with the Brembo package that came on the 2000 Cobra R, and they clear just fine. The Brembos are a very large caliper, so you should be fine with these clearing your brakes.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
Will these wheels still fit if I do the spindle swap (Lincoln rotors) instead of using the sn95 swap? I didn't know if the taller hat on the Lincoln rotors would hit like they do on other '94 and newer wheels..
Asked by Brad R. from Woodlawn | Comment 0 0
yes you can run a 9" wide wheel with coil-over shocks and the 94-04 SN-95 front spindles. You will have to be careful on your tire size, you will be limited to a 255/40/17 tire
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
You'll need to do an SN95 brake conversion using the 94-04 spindles/brakes in the front. An example of that would be part number SVE-2300EK. After that, every car is different as far as what is required. On my '89 we had to modify the fender spat, splash shield, roll the fenders, run steering rack limiters, modify the rear tailpipes and remove the quad shock. With all of that done they would still rub in tight spots like a parking lot. Your 92 has larger fender openings so you may not have to do all of that. I also ran 10's on the rear.
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