Jaguar Wheels Fitment Database

Lincoln LS

  1. SteveSC

    SteveSC Well-Known LVC Member

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    255 is a bit wide for an 8 inch rims, don't your think? Where did you get those spacers from? Could you post a picture with the spacers?
     
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    SteveSC Well-Known LVC Member

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    Picutre

    Here is a picture of the worst shape rim.

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  3. HyeLifeLS

    HyeLifeLS Dedicated LVC Member

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    255 fits perfect, you can do 245/40 too. I had that size before. Look in my "garage" or some threads that i started for pictures.

    Wheel doesnt look too beat up. Good find.
     
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    SteveSC Well-Known LVC Member

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    I touched up the worst rim a bit and got a set of tires mounted on the rims. I couldn't pass up the tires, the price was too good so it has 245/40r18 Dunlop Star spec on all four wheels for now. I just wanted to get them on the car.
     
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    SteveSC Well-Known LVC Member

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    Vulcans

    Here's a picture.

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    02LincLS Dedicated LVC Member

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    Good deal! Its hard to find the 9.5's for the rear. This is the wheel HyeLifeLS meant for the 285 tire. I'm not sure a 295 would clear, but it does not rub one bit lowered with Eibachs. With the $ you saved, you can get some springs and lower that bitch! Here is the 9.5 wheel with some good road grime on it...
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    and crappy cell phone pics which were my only side shots I could find...
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  7. mlara1129

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    Jaguar Triton Wheels: 18x8 ET 49

    ***Off a 2005 S-type

    Tires: 245/40
    Equipment: Eibach Lowering springs

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  8. HyeLifeLS

    HyeLifeLS Dedicated LVC Member

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    I like those! I thought those have an offset of 60mm.
     
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    mlara1129 Dedicated LVC Member

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    i'm pretty sure they're 49mm because they sit just like the Tucanas. I guess I just assumed since they're both 18x8 lol. I cleaned them today and forgot to check :rolleyes:

    i will confirm ASAP.
     
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    mlara1129 Dedicated LVC Member

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    Tritons have a 60mm offset not 49mm

    You were correct my good sir. These do in fact have a 60mm offset.

    On the bright side, this means you can easily fit a 20mm spacer(adapter) or maybe even 22mm for a flush look :cool:

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    Ben's LS Dedicated LVC Member

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    I opened this thread expecting you to have some new jag wheels! Total let down.
     
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    mlara1129 Dedicated LVC Member

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    lol I wish.
     
  13. HyeLifeLS

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    Yea with spacers those wheels would look really nice. It's crazy how many good wheel choices we have for the LS.

    All these sexy Jag wheels, Volvo wheels, RR wheels, Touareg/Q7/Cayenne wheels. I was looking and some Ferrari and Aston Martin wheels will work too if we try hard enough. Those plenty of great wheels to choose from.
     
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    mlara1129 Dedicated LVC Member

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    Agreed. And all factory options :cool:
     
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    SteveSC Well-Known LVC Member

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    So what is the issue with the Jag Carelia wheels? The 9.5 don't fit. I asume they rub on the fenders because the offset is not high enough. They are listed as 31mm but if people are putting 60mm offset and using 20 or 22mm spacers we are close, that's 40 or 38mm. so we are left with a difference in 7mm. Peolpe are using 285 width tires so if you drop to a 265 it should work no? Is this rubbing with lowered cars as well? If it is stock the rubbing shouldn't be much of an issue?
     
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    Putting a spacer on a 31mm wheel won't help. You would have to machine off 29mm to get it up to 60mm offset, which isn't realistic.
     
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    SteveSC Well-Known LVC Member

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    You missed the point, people are putting spacers on the 60mm offset wheels. This subtracts from the 60mm offset by the amount of the spacer so 60 minus 20 to 22mm. That is 38mm, which brings the question of why the carelia won't fit?
     
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    Your question wasn't crystal clear. 9.5" wide @31mm would stick out past the fender. Looking at that Kijiji ad for $800? :D
     
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    +1

    you're talking about 20-22mm spacers on 7.5"-8" wide rims. Not 9.5" lol
     
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    Because 9.5 with a 38offset will not work. Yes people are putting spacers on wheels that have 60mm offset, but they are not 9.5" wide.

    I think.. If its 8.5 with a 38mm it's fine. But when it gets to a 9.5 with a 38mm. It's to wide and low of an offset. I dot know but this is my understanding?

    If you want these wheels you need to find 4 Fronts.
     
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    ok so the ones that have had the senta wheels.... i am not yet lowered but i plan to by spring. should i go with 255 or 245 on the tires for the sentas? just wanting to know size wise which is better for not rubbing, etc.
     
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    Unfortunately you're going to rub with either, more so with 255s. I had very minimal rubbing with 245/35s. Mainly when the suspension dipped at highway speeds and occasionnaly at full wheel lock. I learned to live with it tho.

    I believe xford runs 245/30s with no rubbing issues at all, but many here will advise you against it...something about riding on runberbands or something lol
     
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    I have decided to go with 18" wheels maybe staggered. I would like to go with 9.5 width and keep them inside the fender. Would the 60 mm be the way to go? I plan to let the rear squat when I get my coilovers. I am really concerned about clearance of the inside though. I only plan on dropping it to the edge of the fender. What do you think?
     
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    which lugnuts should i get for the sentas? i seen people mention dorman. does anyone know the specific ones?
     
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    mlara1129 Dedicated LVC Member

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    I used my stock lugs with all my jag wheels with no issues.
     

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