So I recently swapped to the complete 98 Cobra disc setup, front and rear, on my 92 LX notch auto-x car (Texas A&M Sports Car Club for those of you in the SW region of the SCCA). BTW, it stops now! Amazing feeling, a fox body that actually stops. BTW, I have a 98 cobra parking brake handle for sale as I decided to use my stock one. I hear they sell for about $50. If anyone in Texas wants to make me an offer, PM me. Anyhow, I used the 98 axles (and I have the ABS wiring that came with the brakes in case I want to try to hook that up in the future. Imagine a fox body with ABS, whacky!), so my track width in the rear is 3/4 inch per side wider than stock. I already have the 17*9s with the 36mm offset/6.42" backspacing ordered for the rear. If I understand the math, to get the front track width to match the rear, I need to get some 94-95 front spindles (need to find and buy, got a lead) and 94-98 control arms (have a source). Currently, I have the 98 spindles with 92 control arms. With the '99 GT 17*8 wheels, the car looks great and no problems with rubbing. Okay, my question is, has anyone else done the correct front setup (94-95 spindles and control arms) and can you run 17*9s without a steering rack limiter? Because it's an auto-x car, a limiter is out of the question. I think I'd need the 36mm offset/6.42" backspacing wheels if it were possible that they would fit, just like the rears, but I don't want them rubbing. Anyone done this combo before? Does the longer 94-98 control arm give more fitment room to run 9s on the front? I really really really want 275s on all 4 corners (think ~2800 lb. fox body with that much rubber and it should be an auto-x buggy). Thanks in advance.