Alright, well it looks like Cardomain shuffled everything around, so I'll have to go back and redo it all. Anyway, this past summer, I had through-floor subf... Show morerame connectors welded in. I had some Maximum Motorsports full-length Mustang sfcs, but my frame rails were a real mess, so through-floors were pretty much the only way to go. Thanks to St. Croix Autoworks for making it happen! I also hooked up the parking brake to the Lincoln Mark VII rear. It turned out to be pretty easy. I used all Zephyr components except the very-back cables. For those, I used the correct Mark VII ones. Everything reached and hooked up like it was supposed to!
I also had to go back and replace the fuel gauge sending unit in my Fox LTD wagon tank to an '87-93 Mustang one. The LTD sender did not have the correct resistance range for the '90 gauge. Show Less
The first attempt at an '87-93 Mustang interior. The grey cloth seats were nice for hot days, but I never liked how they didn't match the original bl... Show moreack vinyl back seat. Rather than pay the money to get my back seat custom reupholstered, I bought some black vinyl pre-made seat upholstery for my '87-89 Mustang GT seats. Show Less
WTF?! What The Foxbody?! We've all heard the optimistic tales of sleeper nirvana promising everything made for a Fox Mustang fits on any Fox car. We... Show morell, yes and no. First you have the obvious wheelbase differences. But second, there are some things you might not know. Interchangeabiliy only goes so far, even among the same nameplates.In 1982, many changes were made to the Fox chassis. The transmission crossmember was moved rearward and the brackets were made much wider. Crossmembers meant for the newer cars can, however, be narrowed to fit with minimal trouble, although you'll need the '96-98 trans mount to use a later Fox transmission (AOD, T-5). The bolt pattern on the K-member was modified a bit. This is another easy one to overcome, you just slot the holes in the K-member. Show Less