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Old 11-13-2004, 02:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just baught some rims for an extremely low price. I figured if I couldn't make them fit I could easily just sell them off for a profit. Problem is I really like them and would like to throw them on my ride, I just don't know if there's any way to convert the pattern.... ? Any ideas on making them fit?

They're dual pattern...with 5x112 and/or 5x100 bolt patterns.
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you're going to need 5x120...not much you can do if they're anything else, im almost positive on that. it would be an insane amount of work.
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i dont know if this is possible, but maybe u cant get new wheel hubs and new rotors in order for that to fit? i dunno.

in terms of altering the actual wheel, i dont think so
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