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Old 07-12-2010, 11:04 AM
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Earlier wheels?

Can I use wheels from an '05 Navigator on my '07 Navi L?

I know I'll need to add TPMS sensors to them.

My Navi has 20"s and I'd like to step down to 18"s for winter wheels & tires. I found a set of earlier wheels but can't find a straight answer on swapping them.

Does anybody know about some of the wheels have 12mm holes and some having 14mm holes?

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The brakes changed and take up a lot of space. I don't think they will fit but I would check it out.
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I won't guarantee it, but after checking lots of places it seems any late model Ford 6-bolt 17", 18" or 20" wheel should fit. Lots of Expys come standard with 17" wheels, as do lots of F150s.

2004 seems to be a year that shows up often for interchanges... but if it's its a recent 6-bolt Ford wheel it should be fine.
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yes

2003+ Expy/Navi 100% interchange
2004+ F-150/Mark Lt 100% interchange

be careful with some of the 2005-2006 Navi rims. There was a run where the inner hub diameter was a hair too small. Several F-150 guys got their Navi rims stuck on the rear hubs and had to beat the rims off.

otherwise, the rims between the years listed above interchange 100% between Expy/Navi/F-150/Mark Lt.



btw, 17" is the smallest rim you can use. The brake caliper won't let a 16" rim clear without some serious offset and/or shaving. So any OEM 17/18/20/22/23" rim will work fine for you.
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