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Going to change from a 4 lug to a 5 lug Rotor. I am using a pinto spindle now.What 5 lug will interchange and work with the pinto spindle. Want to go to a local parts for the parts. If anyone knows part numbers that would be good as well.

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I think the Pinto, Mercury Bobcat and Mustangs all used the same spindles and rotors. What year?
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76 77 didi they offer the rotors in 5 lug when it was a V8
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The easiest and cheapest way is to have your spindles redrilled for a 5 bolt pattern. In fact a lot of the early MII kits did just that.

Heidts has a conversion kit:

http://www.heidts.com/heip31.htm

You can also convert to Granada discs. Here is a link to a Hot Rod magazine article:

http://www.hotrod.com/techarticles/pit/index9.html
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