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Who would be interested in Wheel Adapters?


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#1 lv2gofst

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Posted 13 June 2014 - 08:21 AM

I am the owner of a 1984 Subaru and like many people out there I want an all terrain tire and you can't find any 13" anymore. So I would like to see how many people would be interested in ordering a set of Wheel Adapters? I am having a prototype set being made now that are 4x140 to 5x114.3. This is one of the most common bolt patterns of the last 20 yrs so finding wheels in a salvage yard would be easy. I don't have a price on the adapters yet, but I am going to "GUESS" around 75.00 each or 300.00 per set. The body of them will be cnc'd from 6061 aluminum. All orders will require prepayment. Start posting.



#2 bratman18

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Posted 13 June 2014 - 08:37 AM

http://www.ultimates...ttern-adapters/

#3 Vegablade

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Posted 13 June 2014 - 04:26 PM

I'm sure for some of the street guys this would be ok.  But for offroad a six lug swap is way better and cheaper.  Plus as bratman18 posted there are already some in the works.



#4 enzofochesatto

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Posted 06 August 2014 - 09:55 AM

im new to the forms but i actually have been following this topic closely and going back and looking at what every one has posted and i found this 

 

http://www.airbagit....-4100-ib125.htm

 

http://www.airbagit....-5100-4-5ib.htm

 

they are made from T6061 Aircraft Aluminum

 

i havent gotten a response from the dealer but hopefully i will soon 

 

also im more of a street guy and i did do the six bolt conversion on my spare hubs worked great (im running 15in rims now they look sweet) but i love the idea of more wheel selection on these sweet cars we've got and just thought i would share 






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