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    Wheel redrill

    Looking to get my wheels redrilled. There currently 5x114.3. I want to get the fronts redrilled to 5x100 so i can run a better offset without having to use adapters. [even the smallest 15mm pokes too much]

    So my question. Does anyone know a shop, or even an indidual that does redrills for a reasonable price and does great work. I would be crushed if my wheels got messed up.

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    Also. Just a side question.
    What size tire should i run?
    18x8.5 F
    18x9.5 R
    i was thinking 215/40/18 all around. But not sure.
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    Newmarket Tire can do that. (I don't have experience with them though)

    215/40/18 would be a good size. Lots of stretch in the rear though, just so you're aware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neb View Post
    Newmarket Tire can do that. (I don't have experience with them though)

    215/40/18 would be a good size. Lots of stretch in the rear though, just so you're aware.
    They do wheel redrilling? hmm...i need to get in contact with someone who does this too..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini Man View Post
    Also. Just a side question.
    What size tire should i run?
    18x8.5 F
    18x9.5 R
    i was thinking 215/40/18 all around. But not sure.
    225 in the rear same tires on diff size wheels look turrible
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