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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-18-2004, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
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Question Wheel fitment question

Does anybody have any clue of what other cars share the MN-12 wheel lug pattern? (In other words, what other vehicles could swap wheels with the '89-'97 T-Bird and Cougar, etc.)
I've checked a couple of retailers' websites, and that sort of thing doesn't seem to be listed.

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Try here . You can click through the various car manufacturers and quickly see what matches up.
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Very cool.
Thanks, guys.

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Be careful, just because the BP is the same doesnt mean the offset will work.
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Alot of FWD applications have a higher offset, but you can rectify that with a spacer.

My Cougar runs on Lincoln LS wheels, but it needs a 7/16 spacer up front so that the 255/50/17 tire can clear the spindle.

IIRC, the LS wheel's offset is 41mm.

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