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Can I change my brakes to change my bolt pattern?

I have a 1994 honda accord, with a newly purchased set of 5x114.3 honda wheels... my current bolt pattern is 4x114.3... can I put new brakes on the car to change the bolt pattern?

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You will need to change the Hubs THEN the brakes to fit the hubs.
But changing the brakes only will NOT change the pattern

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