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Old 01-03-2011, 04:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wheel bolt pattern converter?

Does anybody know if there is any type of bolt pattern converter. im sick of having 5 lug rims. I highly doubt there is but if by chance there is one plz lmk
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Old 01-03-2011, 04:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yes I'm interested as well, Toyota has usually has a 6 lug pattern. Don't know for the life of me why they changed but next to a full on hub swap this would be nice?.
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Here ya go... A-DAPT-IT USA Wheel Adapters
Seems like a pretty straight forward application.
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Old 01-03-2011, 05:23 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks tihs is good.
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$200 for assorted plus the price of rims, you're better off just buying a good set of rims in 5 lug.
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Assorted = rims. Auto correct on my phone.
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I agree, but atleast here in Canada the selection of 5 lug rims for 5x150mm isn't so good. So by the time I order from the US and pay the duty and HST(rat basturd gov.) it's not any better really. But if anyone should prove me wrong I wouldn 't mind.
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Keep in mind the Tundra has a very conservative offset. When you add the thickness of the adapter kit you will be even harder pressed to find good wheels that wont stick out too much.
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Plus I just looked and didn't see anything in 5x150 on their website.
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There is a guy on ebay that will custom make a set of adapters for about 450 ....he says its a 2 piece design and all billet ALUMINIUM
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thats about half the price of a nice set of wheels!
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I was just gonna check it out. I find plenty of Cheap Tire/rim combos for Six lugs that i wish i could just buy.... but if they had a cheap converter i would jump on that. anyways the converter would just be a spacer basically... something id buy anyway
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I agree, but atleast here in Canada the selection of 5 lug rims for 5x150mm isn't so good. So by the time I order from the US and pay the duty and HST(rat basturd gov.) it's not any better really. But if anyone should prove me wrong I wouldn 't mind.
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Thank you, this I did not know. When the time comes(saving some more) I'll be in touch. P.S. I really like this site.
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