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    Hey I wanted to know if it's possible to put a 94 mustang hub assembly without getting everything off of a 94 or 95 mustang.

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    @willyt, can you move OP's threads into one of the tech forums or Mustang talk?


    I don't understand your question. Are you asking if you can install a 94-04 hub onto a different year spindle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGLT View Post
    @willyt, can you move OP's threads into one of the tech forums or Mustang talk?


    I don't understand your question. Are you asking if you can install a 94-04 hub onto a different year spindle?
    94-95 spindle onto a 93 axle

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    you can use a 94+ spindle/hub and still use foxbody struts, you will need 94+ brakes and 5 lug wheels.

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    Yup, a 94-04 spindle assembly is pretty much a direct bolt on to a 79-93.

    If you have a stock K-member, you will want 94 or 95 spindles. The later spindles have slightly different steering geometry and will introduce bump steer unless you have an aftermarket k-member specifically designed for the later spindles.

    The only thing you will run into is the ball joints will either need a spacer or you will have to change to 94/95 ball joints. Most people just stack 2 grade 8 washers under the castle nut and it's fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGLT View Post
    Yup, a 94-04 spindle assembly is pretty much a direct bolt on to a 79-93.

    If you have a stock K-member, you will want 94 or 95 spindles. The later spindles have slightly different steering geometry and will introduce bump steer unless you have an aftermarket k-member specifically designed for the later spindles.

    The only thing you will run into is the ball joints will either need a spacer or you will have to change to 94/95 ball joints. Most people just stack 2 grade 8 washers under the castle nut and it's fine.
    Ok. I had to make sure that this was a certain fit for my mustang before i bought both sides. For the ball joints i will just end up getting 94 95 to save the trouble

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