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What do I need to change a 4 lugnut wheel and put on a 5 lugnut wheel

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Can be done with a 4 to 5 wheel spacer or u will have to locate 5 hole hubs and axles that are compatible to ur car call or visit salvage yards and ask what other vehicles[parts] are compatible with the 5 lug set up u want that can be swapped to ur application also some speed shops and a few auto stores carry change over parts

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