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1992 mustang 4 to 5 lug conversion questions

i have a 1992 mustang lx 4cyl. but i recently put a 351 ford into it but i have new mustang rims that are a 5 lug and i was wondering what would be the cheapist way to convert it from a 4 lug to a 5 lug

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The SVO is 5 lug. I use the lincoln axles and rotors in the rear ansd the cobra front rotors and calipers in the front. You can do the whole job with SVO parts.

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I'm not sure why the mods moved his thread here. There's a sticky on the general tech page that answers this, and every other question he might have regarding 5 lug conversions.
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