Jaguar Wheels Fitment Database

Lincoln LS

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    Those sure look good, especially with the Vivid Red.
     
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    Thanks. I really wanted 18" Vulcan's from an S-Type R, but I came across these Dynamics locally for only $85 a piece so I couldn't pass them up.
     
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    Understandable for that price!
     
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    IMG_3586.JPG IMG_3585.JPG Has anyone ever tried to fit the 20 inch Callisto on their ls??
     
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    Can't say, as long as you don't go wider then 9.5 in the rear any 20" fits. Apparently only rubs slightly on bounce with people in the rear seats.
     
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      a quick question for you guys running XJ8 wheels. I have an 04 XJ8 with the 18x8 Dynamic 8 spoke wheels and would like to fit them to my 06 LS but to my knowledge the XJ8 is 5x120 bolt pattern and the LS is 5x108. Are you guys running bolt adapters or is my information wrong about the bolt patterns?

      I wont be able to remove the wheels personally anytime soon as I am driving the XJ8 until I get figure this out. My plan is to bring the XJ8 wheels over to the LS as I purchased the LS with aftermarket wheels and then purchase a new set of XKR wheels for my XJ8. Just looking for some insight from those already riding on XJ8 wheels before I buy anything. If I do indeed need adapters ill just order the factory 06 LS wheels instead and leave my XJ8 wheels on the XJ8.

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      A 2004 XJ8 has the same 5x108 bolt pattern as the LS. It's the 2003 and older XJ's that had the larger 5x120 bolt pattern so your 18x8 Dynamics from the '04 XJ8 will fit without any issues. This is exactly what I am running on my car with 245/45-18 tires (see post #275 of this thread).

      Just noticed your signature. Only 10k miles huh? Nice!
       
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      Thank you for the reply. I was hoping you would chime in. My LS is silver and those wheels will look great while not looking aftermarket except for the Jaguar center caps.

      Yes only 10k. Just purchased the car last week Wednesday. Have been always looking for 2006 specifically in beige/silver with black interior. I was just about to buy another Jaguar XJ8 and this LS popped up an hour and a half away as a one owner trade in. Just has a few tacky additions from the original owner so a little work to restore it original. The wheels are ugly aftermarket with vogue tires. Looks hideous. Ill get pics with the XJ8 dynamics once she looks original again.
       
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      I have to agree with you on the current wheels & tires. Those Dynamic 8's will look very nice on there.

      I'm currently running center caps from the factory LS 17" 5-spoke wheels. They are a bit larger and don't fit perfectly flush, but they do work and I doubt that most people would even notice that they weren't correct.

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      I actually just finished ordering Lincoln center caps for the wheels from Tasca Ford. Those wheels look great on your LS and it is nice to see them on your car before wasting time swapping wheels on mine. I will most likely go with the same tire size you have. I like more tire on the wheel and yours again looks great wheels and tires.

      I actually ordered a set of chrome 18" Jaguar Dynamics for my XJ8 but I think I may fit those to the LS instead as the Jaguar already stands out enough.

      I also need factory lug nuts for the LS as they will be exposed now and the aftermarket ones are steel open lugs. Im having a harder time finding the factory lugs at a decent price. I dont mind paying but Tasca wants almost $30.00 each per lug. I could buy an entire junk LS for that price, which I will be doing in the future anyway for the spare parts.
       
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      Yeah, the factory lug nuts are pretty pricey. I've been careful with mine so I haven't had to buy any replacements yet. Several people have purchased lug nuts for a 2000 Chrysler Sebring with success, I believe the factory part number is MB579290. Or a Dorman equivalent is 611-117.
       
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      Thank you again for your help. Those dorman lug nuts are what ill go with. I hate the Ford lug nuts wrapped in tin. All they do is score and strip.
       
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      The Gorilla 72137 lugs might be better. My Dorman ones have started rusting after 2 years.
      Inexpensive New Lugnuts installed!!! (pics)
       
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      Been wanting a set of Jaguar wheels and found these for the great price of $200!!!

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        Better photo. Not sure how to edit or remove main picture

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          Nice!!!!! Great Thread ! Lincoln Style!!!
           
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          They're similar to the factory style on that wheel, but they really don't look right on the StR Zeus unfortunately. The side profile shows the LS cap has a square inner shoulder while the Jag cap has a curved shoulder. I switched to the Jag caps for now while I look around for ideas

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          I'm in love with the fitment on the rear though. 18x9.5 +60mm with a 285/35/r18 tire. Now I just need a drop
          (Edit: full wheel details: Front is 18x8+60 w/ 255/40/r18 and rear is 18x9.5+60 w/ 285/35/r18)

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          Those look great. What model are they? Off of which Jag?
           
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          Do you think that if you were to grind/sand the inside of the square edge so to make it more tapered that it would allow it to fit more flush?

          Agreed. They look very nice on there. :cool:
           
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          Those appear to be 18"x8" Triton's; originally available on 2005-2008 S-Types.
           
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          Anyone have any experience with XFR-s wheels? They are twenties. 305 on the rear and 275 on the front. It is a set staggered but the seller doesn't know the specs.
           
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          Bolt pattern is same, but being 20's it will be hard to find tires that wont scrub. If you havn't rebuilt the suspension (back to stock height with age sag) or lowered it then doubt they would work at all.
           
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          if you shave off those little plastic parts that stick out from the back of the Lincoln's center cap then they fit really well on the Jaguar wheels. Also I would highly recommend 20mm hub centric spacers for the front wheels, looks way better with em, they are about $100-120 on ebay new.
           
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          Anyone have ten inch wide rims on the back and if so what is the offset?
           

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