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Old 07-01-2005, 07:56 PM   #11
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Acidblast,

Those wheels are 5 X 120. If they offer that wheel in a 4 X 100 bolt pattern then I would guess that they will come in a high +40-42mm offset (for FWD cars). You could make them fit with wheels spacers and convert your hubs to HIGH GRADE studs (ie: ARP Grade 8 wheel studs).

Now if you decide to go that route then I suggest you call up AMI Motorsports and get the Type A hubcentric spacers and also ask for the centerbore of the wheel so you can get centering rings (about $8 for all four and will help eliminate vibration).

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