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re-drilling stock ea81 hub for 5 lug?

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#1 s'ko



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Posted 06 May 2004 - 09:09 AM

I read the topic about the 4 x 100mm swap. http://www.ultimates...=lug conversion

So the question is what are the pros and cons of doing a 5 lug conversion the same way.

With XT6 parts becoming more scarce and the fact that I have an Impreza, I would like to be able to get a set Kumho r700s Rally tires that would fit both vehicles. I figure the cost of machining would equal the price of a pair of 14in-15 in pugs or converted toyota rims and a set of Kumhos.


#2 ezapar



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Posted 06 May 2004 - 10:55 AM

Think about it. Draw your four lugs on a piece of paper. Then draw five. Look at the two and see what's wrong. It would save you some typing.

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