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Old 01-20-2015, 11:22 PM   #1
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Bolt pattern adapters or any other suggestions.

Any comments on bolt pattern adapters? The rims are 5x120 and I desperately want them and am willing to come up with money to make it work. Is there any better way? Or is their absolutely no way to make it work. I have brembo brakes and the rims I want are 20x10 and 20x11. Would the adapters make the stick out? If so I'd like to find another way.


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You will probably get serious wheel shake from them not being hubcentric if they're off even a tiny bit even using wobble bolts.
I have aftermarket wheels with the correct pattern and I still have that issue.
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I think any of the adaptors are like spacers ie they will make the wheels stick out further with the same size offset rims.
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Yea the with of the rims I have now are 10s but with the adapters I feel like it might stick out witch I do not want. I am concerned with the shake ur talking about although my aftermarket rims are fine now but I do not know how the other rims would be with the adapters.


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The shake has been hard to track down. My factory wheels are smooth as glass, so I know it's only with the aftermarket, road force balanced twice. Hubcentric rings, it's so annoying, that I'm going to find something else, made for this particular car. I can't imagine trying to fit something with the wrong bolt pattern.
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Waylap,

w/o insulting did you remove the disc retaining rings?
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Yea the with of the rims I have now are 10s but with the adapters I feel like it might stick out witch I do not want. I am concerned with the shake ur talking about although my aftermarket rims are fine now but I do not know how the other rims would be with the adapters.


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