Wide 5 Wheel Adapter, 5 on 4-1/2 and 5 on 5 Inch
Universal Fit, Wide 5" Bolt Pattern, 3.11" Inside Diameter, 0.38" Overall Thickness, Steel
- These wheel adapter allow the use of Wide 5 (early Ford Wide 5) wheels to todays more common 5 lug bolt patterns
- 3/8" thick steel construction to ensure rigidity
- CNC machined for a precise fit an a straight and true finished product
- Dual bolt pattern with 5 on 4.5" and 5 on 5" to accommodate many applications
- Requires the use of our 1" hex lug nuts to retain the adapter to your hub
These off road / circle track application wide 5 wheel adapters are 3/8" steel with 5/8" UNF studs. Adapts your "early modified" wheels to todays more popular bolt patterns. Not recommended for street /over the highway use.
Must use spacer with drum brake. The bolt heads on the back side of the adapter do not sit flush, contacting the brake drum. The thickness of the spacer would depend on the specific brake drum being used, but the 1/4" 916-58210 or 3/8" 916-58212 should work for many applications. Both of these spacers would work on the 916-58250.
5 on 4.5" (small Ford)
5 on 5" (big Ford)
- Not for street use. Recommended for off road use only.
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