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Old August 17th, 2009, 08:13 PM   #1
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ok i got a 87 lx fox body but i dont know the bolt pattern is it 4x108 or 4x113
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You wish it was 4x113.4... then we could actually get some decent wheels for these things.

It's 4x108, aka 4x4.25.
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lol i hear ya so i take it 4x100 wont fit
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Originally Posted by 87_LX View Post
lol i hear ya so i take it 4x100 wont fit
Nope. Not that there's any decent RWD wheels in 4x100, though (at least, not that I'm aware of - that's standard Honda lug pattern).
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ok well thanks alot it looks i will be goin with the 5 lug conversion
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What's the difference in a FWD and RWD rim?
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What's the difference in a FWD and RWD rim?
Offset.
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hmm, makes sense
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Originally Posted by ReverendDexter View Post
You wish it was 4x113.4... then we could actually get some decent wheels for these things.

It's 4x108, aka 4x4.25.
These aren't bad looking

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