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Old 05-26-2013, 01:43 PM   #1
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Default Budget 5 lug swap question.

I have read many threads but havent found this answer so here goes....
First off I have two options for the front as far as budget swap goes, my car is an 84 GT so that allows the ranger rotor swap, I also have a 92 K member with spindles, etc, so that allows the MK7 swap.
My question applies to either one, which inner and outer bearings and seals do I use with these?
According to the local parts store the ranger bearings are different from the mustang ones, unless they looked something up wrong.....
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:19 PM   #2
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personally id look for a wrecked 94-95 stang and swap that cars brakes over..around here you can find sixxers of that era for like 500$ or less take what you want sell the rest to recoup your cost
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personally id look for a wrecked 94-95 stang and swap that cars brakes over..around here you can find sixxers of that era for like 500$ or less take what you want sell the rest to recoup your cost
That's the swap I'm planning eventually but parts are a bit harder to come by around here.
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88s15 v8 swap (daughters truck)
91 F-150, ext cab, short box, 4x4, 5.0L, auto, 9" lift on 35's
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Old 05-27-2013, 07:17 AM   #4
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i ordered my whole kit from MPS auto salvage off ebay. its a bit more expensive but saves you the hassle of looking around. and if you just need certain parts of the kit, call them and they will work with you.

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Anyone thats done this know which bearings to use?
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76 Mustang 2 Cobra sold
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