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    question on chebby wheels

    saw a 96 blazer today at the strip with 5 spoke, 5 lug wheels. anyone know what size those are? i see em on s-10's and such all the time. the wheels look real nice and if they'd fit and i can find them devoid of chevy emblems i'd want them
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    #2
    Different lug pattern IIRC, 5x 4.25 instead of 5x4.5..or the other way around. The offest would be way different too.
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      #3
      heres a pic



      the auction says 15x7, and 4 3/4 bolt pattern. i keep forgetting if that'll fit or not also looks like i can throw in my own center cap too
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        #4
        Originally posted by mrltd
        Different lug pattern IIRC, 5x 4.25 instead of 5x4.5..or the other way around. The offest would be way different too.
        shit

        i figured those wrapped in cooper cobra's would look slick
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          #5
          could get adapters....not too cost effective though.
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            #6
            Fords use a 5 on 4.25" bolt pattern
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              #7
              Originally posted by DuceAnAHalf
              Fords use a 5 on 4.25" bolt pattern
              Yeah.

              MN-12 Tbirds use that pattern, which makes buying wheels a bitch
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                #8
                Originally posted by Grand_Marquis_GT
                Originally posted by DuceAnAHalf
                Fords use a 5 on 4.25" bolt pattern
                Yeah.

                MN-12 Tbirds use that pattern, which makes buying wheels a bitch
                I thought the MN-12 used a wierd size wheel?
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by DuceAnAHalf
                  Originally posted by Grand_Marquis_GT
                  Originally posted by DuceAnAHalf
                  Fords use a 5 on 4.25" bolt pattern
                  Yeah.

                  MN-12 Tbirds use that pattern, which makes buying wheels a bitch
                  I thought the MN-12 used a wierd size wheel?
                  thats why the cougar wheels i got won't bolt up.
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                    #10
                    MN12 and SN95 I think use a 5x 4.25" bolt pattern, Panther and Fox use a 5x4.5"

                    And those are the Chevy wheels I'd like to have on my S10. It has decent wheels on it now, but I like those a bit better.

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                      #11
                      Yeah, I'm with gadget here. I just bought wheels so I can testify fact that they are 5 on 4.5" pattern.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by gadget73
                        MN12 and SN95 I think use a 5x 4.25" bolt pattern, Panther and Fox use a 5x4.5"

                        And those are the Chevy wheels I'd like to have on my S10. It has decent wheels on it now, but I like those a bit better.
                        SN95 and Panther uses the same pattern. iI put the Cobra R wheels off of my brothers car that is using 94 mustang front spindles on both of my cars. Most Fox cars were 4-lug, except for the Mark VII which is a 5 on 4.25
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by DuceAnAHalf
                          except for the Mark VII which is a 5 on 4.25
                          NO, Mk7s are 5x4.5! The ONLY RWD Ford oddball is the MN12 @ 5x4.25.

                          Panthers, SN95s, Rangers, Explorers, and all other 5-lug RWD Ford cars besides MN12 are 5x4.5. Many Dodge wheels will fit Panthers too....

                          The Chevy wheels above are 5x4.75.
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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Fairmont Kevin
                            Originally posted by DuceAnAHalf
                            except for the Mark VII which is a 5 on 4.25
                            NO, Mk7s are 5x4.5! The ONLY RWD Ford oddball is the MN12 @ 5x4.25.

                            Panthers, SN95s, Rangers, Explorers, and all other 5-lug RWD Ford cars besides MN12 are 5x4.5. Many Dodge wheels will fit Panthers too....

                            The Chevy wheels above are 5x4.75.
                            I can also attest to the MN12 oddballs :nonono:
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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Fairmont Kevin
                              Originally posted by DuceAnAHalf
                              except for the Mark VII which is a 5 on 4.25
                              NO, Mk7s are 5x4.5! The ONLY RWD Ford oddball is the MN12 @ 5x4.25.

                              Panthers, SN95s, Rangers, Explorers, and all other 5-lug RWD Ford cars besides MN12 are 5x4.5. Many Dodge wheels will fit Panthers too....

                              The Chevy wheels above are 5x4.75.
                              you are right i sometimes get confused with 4.25 and 4.5. the Mark 7 uses the same bolt pattern as the rest of the passenger cars besides the MN-12
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