does anyone know what type of wheels fit on a 68 county squire weather it be after market or from a newer vehicle thanks

Asked by Feb 03, 2012 at 11:06 AM about the 1968 Ford Country Squire

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Just about anything with a 5 lug, 4-1/2" bolt pattern which would be all Ford Galaxies, Mustangs, Fairlanes, Thunderbirds, etc. and the same for Mercury also like the Monterey, Cougar, Cyclone, etc. and most Chrysler products as well. Aftermarket can be almost anything as long as it's 5 lug and 4-1/2" bolt pattern, normally a 15" x 6" or 15" x 7", 15 x 8, with a 3-1/2" backspacing. Some aftermarket wheel are "uni-lug" and fit an assortment of makes and models, see a local tire dealer for more info. but I would suggest " Old School" with either Vintique's Magnum 500's in a 15" x 7" or perhaps "Cragar Keystone Klassics" in a 15" x 7". with a set of 225/70-15 raised white letter B.F. Goodrich "Radial T/A"s. That's what I'm putting on my '69 Squire this spring after tax time. Kenny.

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