Mostly correct there 5L5...The rear axle will be 0.75" wider each side due to the disk brakes.
The 96+ spindles will be 8mm wider and likely have uncorrectable bumpsteer. 94-95 spindles will be more ideal
You cant use the booster/MC off the '98 unless you feel like converting to hydroboost. You will need a 94-95 GT MC and a 93 cobra or 94-95 SN95 booster
OK guys thx. So I have read all kinds of things. Can I use the 98 GT rack and spindles ? I know I have read before about using different rims and using the 98 rear axle. For conversation sake I have a set of 05 5 spoke like Mustang5L5's avatar..... Thx guys....Well technically they are longer due to needing clearance for the ABS tone rings, but splitting hairs
If I read his first post right, he's using the 4.6 from the '98, which means the '98 k-member would work.No, you cannot bolt a 302 to a 98 K-member. It’s not usable.
the 98 steering rack will work fine with fox mustangs on the fox k member. I have an SN95 rack in my car. The downside is you need a $250 steering shaft adapter to install it using the fox column. No idea how to install the SN95 column.
98 GT MC is designed to bolt into the hydroboost using. You can install the hydroboost in a fox, but it’s a big project (I have it in my car). For the 98 GT brakes, you want a 94-95 GT master cylinder. They are relatively cheap. I believe maximum motorsports sells the adapter brake lines to connect it to your 79 prop valve
Yes it is a Pace Car. A female friend of mine bought it new and I purchased it from her in the early 90's. It's been sitting in my barn since then. It has 105,000 on it. And yes it is a semi rare car but in 79 as I said before it was a gutless turd. It is a 5.0 4 speed with the Sunroof.This is a pace car?
Or were you using that as an example of the awesome power available in 1979?