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Old 07-23-2010, 05:59 AM   #1
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I am looking for something like this

to fit on my '98 lesabre. Nothing over 16 or 17 inches if I can help it. I plan on getting some fat tires to keep the nostalgia going. I've seen the mustang bullits done, but I'm not taking the risk in the bolt pattern discrepancy.
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mustang bullits are so extreamly close you wouldnt have any problems
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Boss 338 but sadly 18" or 20" I have no idea on the offsets, but they are made for the challengers, chargers and magnums. So I doubt they would be right.

Cragars, but the 5x115 starts at 18"* again

If you can find them, american racing aeros, they made them in 17"*, 5x115, 42+ offset, but not really the classic look, AR aeros

All I could really find without really digging.

The newest challengers have a "heritage" wheel, but in a 20" size.

Research the 5x114.3 bolt pattern. Bullits are a very reasonable choice but I understand your doubts. Some have had problems and some have not. I ran the 114.3 pattern on my 96 Grand Prix and my brother ran the same wheels on his 99 Riviera for years without problems.
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