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Old 07-20-2004, 12:52   #1 (permalink)
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What wheel lug pattern will fit an '85 mustang?

My wife bought an '85 Mustang (4 cylinder) a month ago today.
She ordered rims (ADR) for it on the same day and still havent put them on the car as of yet because of the shop not being able to find a curtain type of lug nut's to fit her car. (ET 1/2 "Acorn" lug nut)
so as I was saying, today will make one month that we've bought the rim,s and of course my wife is wanting her money back because of the long wait.
I'm wondering what other 4 bolt lug patterns fit this year/type of mustang so it'll be a little easier to find some nice rim's and tires for her and finally have them mounted once and for all.
This is the 4 bolt pattern as I had mentioned ealier, all help is greatly appriciated, Mahalo Nui Loa.
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Re: What wheel lug pattern will fit an '85 mustang?

I can't help you with that I'm afraid but if you knew or could find the pitch circle diameter of the wheel stud pattern then you could just hunt for the same.Any tyre or wheel shop should have a listing with the size for your particular model. Maybe someone on here may know it too.
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Re: What wheel lug pattern will fit an '85 mustang?

Cool!! thanks for your help, I'll check out the shop tomorrow.
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Perhaps if the shop let you look through the book ,you could match up some other cars with same PCD. Good luck mate.
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Tempo and Topaz also use that bolt pattern or go to a centerline or weld wheel
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