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bolt pattern help!!


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hi guys i just picked up some 35x12.5's on 15x10 enkei wheels, and i know my 2000 xlt is 5x5-4.5 (114.3mm), but i measured the wheels and came up with 5 1/4 inches, from what i know im guessing this is 5.25 (133.3mm) ?? just want to make sure before i go wasting money on the wrong adapters/axles any help is appreciated
 

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yea ik its a stupid choice lol but i like the classic wheels i got with these tires, plus i found some 6061t billet adapters all 4 for only $262 shipped, so thats not too crazy, but it turns out there actually 5x5.50 (5x139.70) so problem all solved, now its time for some fiberglass lol...
 


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