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    5x120.65 - 114.3 converters

    bar going on ebay - can anyone suggest anywhere I might be able to get good ones? also learn me something - they seem to range between 15-25mm or thereabouts. I was told safest is 25mm cause it covers the whole nut... but then wouldnt that mean that you wouldnt be able to fit a 15mm anyway cause the nuts will stick out? lol

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    awesome thank you!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveB View Post
    but then wouldnt that mean that you wouldnt be able to fit a 15mm anyway cause the nuts will stick out? lol
    If there's cast in recesses on the back of the wheel the nuts can sit in there.
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    Don't bother with spacers, just use wobble bolts and hubcentric spacers if the Jag centre bore is smaller and run 5x120 wheels. Opens up your options so much more in wheel choice and far less likely to have any issues.
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    I don't think the wobble bolts will give you ~6mm of PCD variation - I think they're only good for half that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    Don't bother with spacers, just use wobble bolts and hubcentric spacers if the Jag centre bore is smaller and run 5x120 wheels. Opens up your options so much more in wheel choice and far less likely to have any issues.
    Quoted for truth.

    PCD variation nuts and 5x120 PCD wheels is what you want.

    http://www.bimeccengineering.com/pcd...ts-hex-19.html

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    but I'm putting japanese wheels on a jaguar lol

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    Give this bloke alook on the ebay, http://stores.ebay.com.au/mywadapter/

    This is the guy I got my 25mm adapters from for my Merc so I could use the Romtec wheels I picked up for it that were stupid not as old merc 44mm offset.

    He does plenty of weird PCD conversion spacers. For example 15mm thick BMW to real size.... http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Wheel-Spa...-/152428482585

    If you meassage him I am sure he could do something for the jag to nissan. The spacers are top quality and I would highly recommend using this guy. Service was also quick, there was a stuff up with the front spacers I bought and a three day turn around from me sending them back to a new pair was awesome.

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    Sick ill get in touch with him thank you

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