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Old 05-17-2018, 03:50 AM   #1  
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2 years ago I replaced my factory OEM 'bullit' style wheels with a set of Mustang R style rims from AMR with Nitto tires and they look great on my car but alas I lost the center cap for one of them. can anybody tell me the size of the hole for them cause I see sets of ones with different logos but I am not sure they will fit my repo Cobra R rim here is a pic of my rim with tire mounted on it for reference.
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MEASURE the hole, that really does provide the measurement.
Aftermarket can be different than stock, so, we'd be guessing.
I, would go out, pull one of the caps, and measure it.
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