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I think the Mini Cooper S wheels are 17" X 7". Anyone know if the offset/backspacing/lug pattern are the same?
 

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What year? They have different sizes for different years. The 03's aka the older generation I believe is a 4 x 100. We need 4 x 108


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Not a lot of cars use the 4x108 pattern. The Mini uses 4x100 which is a lot more common. I just did a search to see what cars did come with it. It seems to be more of a European size. In the US the most common cars to have this size seem to be the Focus, Fiesta, and Contour. There's a handful more European cars that have them. Your bet bet is aftermarket.
 

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It might be possible to retrofit Mazda 2 hubs or re-drill the Fiesta hubs for a 4*100 lug pattern but you would have to drill your brake rotors too which could be an issue when you need a replacement.
 

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If the rotors are still floating rotors then the hub would keep them centered and you could just enlarge the lug holes some for the clearance on the rotors.

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Not a lot of cars use the 4x108 pattern. The Mini uses 4x100 which is a lot more common. I just did a search to see what cars did come with it. It seems to be more of a European size. In the US the most common cars to have this size seem to be the Focus, Fiesta, and Contour. There's a handful more European cars that have them. Your bet bet is aftermarket.
Audis use 4x108, my '95 90 Quattro Sport had 15x7 4x108 wheels. I found some double-drilled 4x100 / 4x108 wheels which was a good solution as they also fit my Miata.
 
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