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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-02-2005, 07:57 AM Thread Starter
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SC Wheels and Cougar Center Caps

Will these Cougar Center Caps ( http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=7977232665 )fit on 89 - 93 SC 16" wheels?

I've searched but can't find anything on them.

Or are there any that will fit the SC rims.

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They fit, but there will be a gap if those are the center caps of 15" cougar wheels. I hoped that my old center caps would fit when I bought my sc wheels, but they look funny, so I bought a set of sc center caps.
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There are no Cougar center caps that will correctly fit the SC rims. I have tried many different ones, without any luck. Thats why I am sporting the XR7's now. But like cougar racer said, they will fit, but have about a 1/2 gap around them.


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I sort of figured people had already tried a solution.

Thanks for the replies!

97 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC (Chip'd, 3.73 T/L... so far... )
97 Ford Aspire (Slow, but getting 36 mpg (f'n Ethenol!! )
84 F250 Dually w/6.9L Diesel (7.3L IDI pending)
73 Mercury Cougar Convertible w/351C 4V (Partially Restored)
69 F100 LWB w/460 Engine
76 Glastron Carlson 23' Jet Boat w/460 CJ Engine
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