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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-14-2009, 09:38 PM Thread Starter
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will these wheels be a direct fit?

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lincoln ls 17" wheels will these fit 95 mark viii with no issues?

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The bolt pattern is correct but the offset is way wrong. without sizable spacers, they will fit too far into the wheelwell.

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i belive youi need 3 or 8mm. there was somebody on 1 of the mark forums that did it.. But yes they can fit. get a set of 4 on ebay for like 20 bucks. that what i paid for me.
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I know someone whose dad had these Lincoln LS wheels on a 98 Mark VIII LSC and he reported the ride was a wee bit wobbly. A brief explanation is at the Lincolns of Distinction.org forum, the link goes right to the thread - I started it and it has pics of that 98 LSC.

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Besides small spacers, you would also need the specific LS wheel nuts. They have a shank / washer face design vs. the cone seat that the MN12 and most other Ford vehicles use.


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Besides small spacers, you would also need the specific LS wheel nuts. They have a shank / washer face design vs. the cone seat that the MN12 and most other Ford vehicles use.


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And those nuts are crazy expensive from Ford. Not sure if the aftermarket has a direct replacement for them ...


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