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    5 bolt pattern?

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    They're probably 4x100 to 5x??? adapters. They're very common. They generally will also include spacers.

    I ran adapters/spacers on my off-road trailer to switch the bolt pattern from 5x114.3 to 5x139.7.

    Just search for 4x100 to 5x114.3 (or whatever bolt pattern) you're after. Just remember, they will push the wheels are farther due to the fact there's a spacer, too.

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    ^^^^^^
    You beat me to it lol
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    Oh thats interesting. That might be a good idea for lower offsets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Subcompact Culture View Post


    They're probably 4x100 to 5x??? adapters. They're very common. They generally will also include spacers.

    I ran adapters/spacers on my off-road trailer to switch the bolt pattern from 5x114.3 to 5x139.7.

    Just search for 4x100 to 5x114.3 (or whatever bolt pattern) you're after. Just remember, they will push the wheels are farther due to the fact there's a spacer, too.
    Is it just me or are those things only held on by 3 nuts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fummins View Post
    ...are those things only held on by 3 nuts?
    Hmmm...that does look a little odd, doesn't it?

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    Looks sketchy as eff.

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    I've seen these in use a few times at the shop. Normally what we did was remove the circled stud from the spacer and one from the hub and install a stud that was long enough to go through the spacer and have enough thread to get a lugnut on once the wheel was installed. Always worked fine and spacer held on by four studs.


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