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Old 08-01-2011, 06:47 PM   #1
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does anyone know of a place to but an adapter plate to bolt on gen 2 lightning wheels to a 1994 f150 for a decent price or have any other ideas?
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Old 08-01-2011, 07:38 PM   #2
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A wheel shop should be able to machine them to fit. They're only slightly off.
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how much roughly as in like thousands of an inch or lil more than that
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Some people have opened them up with a drill bit but that doesn't sound very safe to me.
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ya thats kinda what i was thinking. i have a buddy that works for ford out in dearborn he said he could make me some adapters. so i might have him do that
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maan dont even try that when i got my truk it had the 98 16 inch 3 months later all studs and nuts had to be replaced and the rims changed to stokers 15 and i noticed now thet it felt like sh!@# li if they didnt centralice properly
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You can get them on ebay for around $130 for 4 look for a 5x5.5 (truck)to a 5x135 (wheel) adapter.
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