62' Olds F85 Cutlass 5 lug conversion and disc break conversion

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    captiannapalm
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    this may be taboo, but merc has 4 lug discs for the comet…..Thoughts,

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    joe_padavano
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    [quote quote=14997]this may be taboo, but merc has 4 lug discs for the comet…..Thoughts,[/quote]

    Unclear how that helps. Different wheel bearings, for starters. Different spindles. The rotors are the easy part. I have Saab 900 rotors with the same 4 x 4.5″ bolt pattern for the front. They have plenty of offset from the wheel mounting surface to the rotor face and with VW Jetta calipers will clear the optional 15″ factory wheels. I need to see if they clear my 14″ slot mags.

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