Would a sn95 axle fit in a 1965 mustang? What modifications need to be done for this swap?
I have an mustang II IFS kit that I am going to weld in.What are you doing on the front end? If you are doing anything to widen the stance on the front, you may want to calculate that in to your width requirements for the rear. If you use the SN95 full width on the rear, you can run modern Mustang wheels without spacers. You would still need spacers on the front unless you either ran a wider front stance or used spacers.
Iirc the sn95 rear axle got wider in 99. You will have to narrow it because it's around two inches wider than the 65-66rear.
Various versions of Mustang II setups so I would check the track width, probably stock. If you want "square" setup, same wheels and tires on all four corners and no spacers, narrow the rear end to same stock width. If you are willing to run spacers on front or willing to have different front and rear wheels you could install the spring mounts and run it as is.I have an mustang II IFS kit that I am going to weld in.
You'll have some work ahead of you. Here is a link to my install of an SN95 8.8 into my 68. The info is in there along with other stuff that I was working on at the time.Would a sn95 axle fit in a 1965 mustang? What modifications need to be done for this swap?