I realize this topic has been covered and covered again, But I have a few unique questions.
I have a set of 94-95 Front spindles I am going to install into my 86 with SN95 ball joints. I'm lead to believe this will keep the same track width in the front as stock. Is this correct?
I also intend on installing full SN95 rear axles, caliper brackets, calipers, ETC. From what I can see the SN95 axles will increase the rear track width by 1.5" which I am okay with. SO my question is, will the difference in track widths from front to rear affect the handling of the car in a negative way? I know I could get some Ranger or Aerostar axles and modify the brackets, but I already have all the SN95 stuff.
One last question, Does anyone make Ebrake cables for this setup that don't require modification?
I picked up a set of stock Bullit wheels off craigslist years ago (I was really thinking ahead) and I believe they came from an 05. They should be 17" x 8. I didn't anticipate any problems with them, but let me know if you think i'd have any issues. I didn't really plan on a super wide rear rim, but that may change someday