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Thread: Can I put a early Aero (90/92-94) spindle on my Box

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    Default Can I put a early Aero (90/92-94) spindle on my Box

    I have a 88 Town Car and Dad has a extra spindle for his 92 Town Car, does this fit with 88's upper ball joint? Lower ball joints are the same.
    I don't need to change my spindles but I kind of want the simpler design and ABS potential....

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    Lost and driftin' Arquemann's Avatar
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    Pretty sure you'll need newer upper control arms aswell.
    Can't remember exactly what, but I think most of that is mentioned on the brake threads.
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    I'm an air-conditioned gypsy gadget73's Avatar
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    Yes if you swap the upper arm assembly

    No if you just want to bolt it on.

    If you're doing it, 95-02 spindles are the better mousetrap. 95-97 gets you a slight brake upgrade, 98-02 is the big brake setup. Same work for more results.

    Those upper arms are the ones you want for any brake swap though. It lets you use the late spindle on the old frame with no fuss.

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