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hey guys i just finished doin a complete SN95 swap on my 86 and it all when good until i stared the front.. i put the new spindals on and went to put my strut on there there a a gap between the spidnal and the sturt... so that normal? i have read tons of write up and have never heard anything about it before.... my fix was to put some harden washer in to fill the gap... can someone please tell my there was a gap?
 

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The spindles used on the '86 are different from the spindles used on 87-93 mustangs. As a result, there are two different types of shocks.

The Sn95's use a strut that is more similar to the 87-93 strut. That's why there is a gap. The fix is to use washers like you did.

But if you want to fix it (or plan to upgrade the shocks in the future) get shocks for a 87-93 Mustang
 
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