need bolt pattern

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  1. jetas

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    Im still curious what wheels they are
     
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    I'll take some pics of the back were all the info for size and lug pattern are and get them posted on here I haven't found a brand name on them I'm currently cleaning all the original paint and all the plastidip off to see who made them my buddy got them from a guy that had them on a VW. And did not have center caps have noticed on some of them have been sanded with really corse sandpaper on the inside and on out side of some of the spokes
     
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    Most VW's are 5x100. Also, people can get wheels bolt patterns welded up and redrilled.
     
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    Wouldn't that in turn void the DOT safety certification and if so why take the risk if something broke because of adding the heat while welding
     
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    Hears some pics
     

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    Yea definitely not the correct bolt pattern.

    Throw some adapters on the truck. Fckit
     
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    Naw if they were the rims I was going to keep on it I might have considered that but I'm going to lower it a little on indipendint coilovers front and back with custom tubular upper control arms in front. And weld mounting brackets on frame and make a custom Lower control arm with mount as well I'm a welder and I love to fab my own parts so I'll probably make a temp and fit it up once I decide on the coilovers and spring rate and go from there

    Then I'll try and fined some used rims in 16"-17"-18" and see what diameter gives me the look I want
     
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    IMG_0151.JPG This is how I want the the rims to fit in the end nice and clean still with proper caster and camber not that anoying stance that some people like
     

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