Sorry I never replied to this thread guys, but thanks for the good info. The guy who was selling the parts of that car (FYI the one in the picture is not the actual car, it's just a pic off the internet) never got back to me after I phoned him the first time. And it sounded like he didn't have half the parts I needed anyways.
So for a while I changed my plans and thought I was going to stick with the 4-lug and try to switch to TC brakes... As I was going to pick up an entire running TC a little while ago for $1000, but then my finances went to a ton of tools that I bought for my garage, so I couldn't even afford the TC.
So I have been searching high and low for parts cars... AND I FOUND THE JACKPOT!!! 1994-1998 FORD MUSTANG PARTS ALL KINDS! - Winnipeg Auto Body Parts For Sale - Kijiji Winnipeg
A 1994 V6 and a 1995 V6 that are both front end collision victims. If the guy is willing to part with the brakes for a reasonable price, I will have everything I need for a really decent brake upgrade (and a 5-lug swap).
Here is a list of parts that I gathered off this AMAZING website: 87-93* Ford Fox Body Mustang Brake Upgrades
LIST OF PARTS NEEDED (everything in bold is found on either of those mustangs):
Front Brake Parts:
94-present Gt/V6 10.84" rotors (2)
94-98 GT/V6 calipers (2)
94-98 Gt/V6caliper brackets (2)
spindle to caliper bracket bolts (4): N805163-S190
1994+ spindles (2)
dust shields (2)
SN95 brake lines with Adapter
Sn95 balljoints (2)
Rear brake parts (stock track for 79-93):
driver side Ranger axles or passenger side Aerostar axles (2) rear rotors (2)
soft brake lines (2)
brake pads (1 set) North RaceCar brackets (2)
or make my own or utilize the 94-95 brackets???
FMS M2809A ebrake cables for 87-92 car (2) - or 93 Cobra cables for 1993 cars (2) F3ZZ-2A635-A
FMS M2810A center ebrake cable (1)
adapter from softline to hard lines (2)
Master Cylinder (2 port adapter needed) - (metric threads) 1 1/16" bore, stock plug in for the low fluid sensor
Now all I am worrying about is the E-brake cables. I think I might go get the 1993 cobra E-brake cables if they don't cost a fortune. I am not sure how the 94-95 E-brake cables work, so I will definately have to do some researching to see if they will fit. Maybe if I steal the E-brake handle too? Not too sure???
Also, in the JY I have seen numerous (like 50
) Rangers and Aerostars to steal the 5-lug axles out of.
Give me your thoughts, Steve