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I have a 69' coupe thats walks a bit on the Resto-mod side. I currently have have 2000 Mustang GT wheels on the car and I love them. I have put an 8.8 rear in the car and the wheels fit great in the back. Up front I am using the bolt on type adapters to put the wheels in the proper location. I would like to find a way use the wheels but ditch the bolt on adapters (so I can get it on the track).
So here's the question: Are there any other Fords of the era that have longer control arms that might fit the 69' Stang??

Open to any Ideas... :D???
 

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I'm with Johnpro...it seems far less trouble to just buy a set of wheels for track use only.

2nd...are the bolt-on adapters not track-legal?
 

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Can't help you, but would love to see that 8.8!!
I don't know if I have a pic handy but.. The 8.8 is out of Fox body and has SVO axles, rotors, calipers ect. All I did was chop off all the late model mounts, weld on some spring perches and make a late model drive shaft longer. Cheap and easy...
 

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Why not just get some "track wheels" and put them on for the track
I have also thought of that but I wanted to use the late wheels on the track too... oh well, I may have to go that route.. Thanks guys
 
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