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60DegreeVVT

Wheel adapters

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I have been contemplating getting some wheel adapters to go from a 5x110 TO 5x114.3 (4.5)

I am thinking this because the 5x110 Wheels are so effing expensive and not a good selection on TheList (The Dirty Dirty CL 'Yall) but there are like 29575684949 options for the 114.3 wheels. The problem is that the smallest thickness i can find is 15MM thick. And i am not wanting to cut my inner fenderwells or hellaflush

Opinions or comments?

Chaos? You got experience with these?

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15mm is nothing, and nothing wrong with increasing the offset. Sunk in wheels FTL.

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I don't know if I would run adapters that thin..

I'm going to be using 20 mm thick adapters and that seems like a minimum to have a decent bite with the lugs holding the adapter in place. I still have to grind down the stock studs 10mm or so too.

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There sure is a lot of metal missing from those..

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