stonecoldtx
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stonecoldtx

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    1. stonecoldtx
      stonecoldtx
      Hi, Mojavehall--

      Sorry for the delayed response--I just now noticed I had a notification!

      I purchased a set of stock SN95 spindles from a salvage yard listed on Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market that cost me $90 shipped, and they included the hubs.

      I've got a set of stock SN95 "take off" struts I bought to put on my fox body several years ago that I never used, and I think I got the struts, shocks and all 4 springs for $75 shipped.

      Mighty Mouse has posted how he modified Fox-body caster/camber plates to use with SN95 struts with a set of coilover springs in the thread named, "Tacoma Struts", so I'll be doing the same thing on mine.

      Overall, just using stock struts, spindles, hubs, Cobra rotors and calipers, aftermarket coilover springs on the struts and aftermarket fox-body caster/camber plates with the AJE K-member and lower control arms.

      Hope that helps . . .
    2. mojavehall
      mojavehall
      On this forum you mentioned you wrer going or using aAJE k-member, a-arms and sn95 spindles, DId you use the sn95 spindles from AJE or did you use stock ones? If you used stock SN95 spindles how did they work and what did the caster angle end up?

      Thanks

      Mojavehall
    3. 1968notchback
      1968notchback
      Since the brake shoe is wider and needs the longer hold-down pins, is the slot to the wheel cylinder fit? The way you're describing the shoe, you're saying that the backing plate for the 2" shoe should move the wheel cylinder out 1/8" so that the wheel cylinder piston pins that engage the brake shoes properly. The wheel cylinders are the same between the 1.75" and 2" brakes. Have you hooked everything up?
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