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Old 02-20-2009, 01:29 PM
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i need a 4-5 lug conversion

iv got a 77 Chevy monza and its got 4 lug rims on it i want to put 5 lug on it i know i can get every thing to change it but i don't want to completely redo everything i want to keep this a kinda cheap project iv heard of like adapter things that u bolt on that change it if anyone know where i can find them that would be awesome

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Is there a local machine shop that could re-drill your bolt pattern?My buddy had this done when he put a 69 Bronco rearend in his 65 Chevy II wagon.
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www.v8monza.com Good site for Vega/Monza info. They have a featured gallery of pics and instructions on how to change to S-10 spindle/rotor/caliper. Bolt on deal with their tapered adapters and you get much better brakes along with the 5-lug change. It's the only way to go IMO.
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