only rears93FIVEOH said:Did you roll them front and rear? Do you have a link to the tool that you used, or a picture at least?
not yet..still gotta get it painted.93FIVEOH said:Have you been able to come up with the full car shot yet?
This is not entirely correct...rxracer said:94/95 spindles have the same track width as the fox bodys, single piston calipers
96-98 have an 6?mm wider track width, single piston calipers
99-01 have an 8?mm wider track width, dual piston pbr calipers
I have 01 spindles with Fox control arms and Eibach springs on my SVO with 17x9 Konigs and 255/40's no rubbing what so ever.Luke87GT said:This is not entirely correct...
I have a 5 lug conversion with 94 spindles and I know everyone on the internet says the 94-95 spindles preserve the stock track, but I have a hunch they push out the wheels just a tiny bit... I have a number of friends with 94-95 spindles who agree... I would estimate that it is a few mm.
The 96-98 spindles will push out the wheels 8mm further than the 94-95 spindles.
The 99-up spindles will push them out even further than the 96-98...
From my experience I would not even think about running anything other than the 94-95 spindles. My 17x8 Bullitts already rub just a bit under extreme load and that would just be made worse with 96-up spindles... I plan to address that with stiffer coil springs and slightly more negative camber.
what offset are the wheels? typically with a 01 spindle using any of the popular factory wheels with a 24mm offset would make the wheel stick out, especially with a 255 tire.svoman2300 said:I have 01 spindles with Fox control arms and Eibach springs on my SVO with 17x9 Konigs and 255/40's no rubbing what so ever.