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Old 09-30-2010, 11:06 PM   #21
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They should fit. However you're leaving a .7mm difference which may not be safe.
Thats about 0.027 thousands of an inch.
Thats wayyyy to far off for my liking.
Can you say 'bent wheel studs' at 98 FtLbs
of torque.
Its just not right unless the wheel stud holes
are slotted 0.027.

But all things aside, me thinks the auction data is wrong
in regards to the Bolt Pattern: 5 x 4.53 or 5 x 115 .
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Old 07-19-2014, 02:08 AM   #22
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Exclamation Did some searching...

As I looked for wheels for our 2007 Mustang GT I found a lot of wheels from major distributors selling 115 to fit ford Mustangs? Not sure if this helps, but it seems sellers are using them interchangeably? I eventually went with Weld BC10/EVO 20" but took the stock wheels off the ford and rad them on our Saturn Vue without any problems at all, and this was an AWD car. Just my observation.
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