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Aluminum 5 on 5 Hub Adapter

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Aluminum 5 on 5 Hub Adapter
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This 5 on 5 hub adapter adapts 5 on 4-1/2" or 5 on 4-3/4" hubs to use a 5 on 5" wheel. Aluminum adapter with 5/8" coarse studs, 1" thick.

Lug nuts NOT included. Sold each.

IMCA Approved

 

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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j.biggs
aberdeen wa
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nice quality

February 25, 2010
Nice quality
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  • nice quality
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Steve
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Tn
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Does not include the scoket head bolts

July 02, 2011
Does not include the scoket head bolts that are needed other than that they seem to be fine.
Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • Versatile
  • Easy To Use
Yes, I recommend this product.
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fittament can I drill this out to fit an axle that has already been drilled for 5/8ths studs

nikkih
March 09, 2015

fittament can I drill this out to fit an axle that has already been drilled for 5/8ths studs

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March 09, 2015
EricM
Typically this will not work well if you have already drilled your axles for 5/8" studs. Most 5/8" studs require a 43/64" hole size to install them. That is even larger than 5/8" and your bolts will be sloppy if trying to use 5/8" bolts. You may be able to drill the axles even larger to a 11/16" or 3/4" bolt size but at that point you have no way to return to the original bolt pattern because the holes will be too large to accommodate studs.
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So how are you suppose to use stock brake drums with these

bullet84
January 22, 2014

So how are you suppose to use stock brake drums with these

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January 23, 2014
EricM
You must drill your axles or hubs as well as brake drums to 1/2" hole size. Then you will put a bolt in from the back side of the axle or hub and thread it into this adapter.
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What else do I need to attach this to the hub?

Bean23
WA
April 16, 2013

What else do I need to attach this to the hub?

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April 17, 2013
EricM
You will need five grade 8 bolts 1/2" fine thread (per wheel adapter) of the appropriate length for your application as well as some flat washers to complete the installation.
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Does using this adapter bring tires out past fender?And it come with nuts to hold adapter on?

Fairhaven Ma
September 25, 2011

Does using this adapter bring tires out past fender?And it come with nuts to hold adapter on?

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September 27, 2011
Jason
There are no nuts included with this adaptor. Adaptor is 1" thick, depending on wheel offset will depend on where tire sits in relationship to fender.
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