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I see a lot of discussion to get a set of cobra 17 inch rims to mount slicks on for our Dodge Chargers???

How do they make them fit our 5 X 115 lug specks?

What year cobra rims are being referred to?

Can anyone clear up my confusion

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I have used a few different sets on my charger in 17" and 18", as long as they are for a 94-04 style mustang they work fine, usually you just need to bore out the hub to fit

As for the 5x115 pattern it's only .7 MM difference diameter, honestly not enough to matter
 

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I have used a few different sets on my charger in 17" and 18", as long as they are for a 94-04 style mustang they work fine, usually you just need to bore out the hub to fit

As for the 5x115 pattern it's only .7 MM difference diameter, honestly not enough to matter
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Where do I get the rim hub bored out? Machinist Shop?
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I do it myself, you aren't boring out the whole hub, just a small ridgeline that the mustangs use to hold in the center caps

I personally do them with a router but others have done it with a dremel as well
 
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