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Default 1995 Mustang Lug pattern ?

Is the lug pattern on the 1995 mustang the same as the lug pattern on the new 2007's? probably are but just wanna double check.
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As I understand it, the pattern is the same but you have to watch out for the wheel offset.
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Bolt pattern is the same, the offset for each body style is different though.
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so with the offset would the new rims fit?
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Depends on how wide of tires you run and the offset... First youll need to find what the back spacing is on the rims that you want to run and the stock ones. If the new rims are say 4" of backspacing and the stock ones have 5" of backspacing you would NOT be able to run as wide of a tire as you did on the stock rim. The more back space you have the deeper the wheel will sit into the wheel well, the more back space you have affects how much of the tire sticks out of the wheel well, which if you lowered your car you could have clearence issues.
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