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Old 07-16-2010, 02:00 PM
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What is the bolt pattern of my 76 280C

Thanks mbbuf for your reply.
I couldn't find the bolt pattern of my 76 280C. I believe it's 5X112 but I'm not sure.
Can somebody please enlighten me.

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Old 07-16-2010, 02:08 PM
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Thanks mbbuf for your reply.
I couldn't find the bolt pattern of my 76 280C. I believe it's 5X112 but I'm not sure.
Can somebody please enlighten me.

Thanks in advance.
I believe just about all of them between 1955 and 1985 were the same
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Yep, 5x112, but if you're thinking about putting modern wheels on, think twice because the offset may be too high.
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Speaking of offset, what is my offset?
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Look on the back side of the wheel...should be adjacent to the diameter/width marking and be shown as ET**.
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Speaking of offset, what is my offset?

Bundts are around 25mm.

Late wheels like w124 an W201 are in the 49-50mm range.

Also watch out for some late patterns that have larger wheel bolts, such as the W140 and the ML series.

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Thank you very much guys.

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