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    wheel adapters needed for fiero to Ferrari 246 dino wheel

    Can someone help me with adapters/spacers for fiero to Ferrari 246 (I believe are 5 on 4 1/4")

    Thanx
    Jack

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    Jack:

    I can help you. have a sorce here in Tampa.

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    I used this outfit recently. Quick service and did a real nice job. I had mine made wheel and hub centric.

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    thanks guys

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    If you can find out what the exact bolt pattern of the wheel is, I'm sure I have them in stock! They should be 5X100 Fiero to 5X108 Ferrari, if so I can ship you a set as soon as tomorrow! We keep most of the real common sizes in stock! $160 plus the ride!

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    Dave I dont know what the specs of the bolt pattern for the 246 dino I think they are 5 0n 108mm when i get the exact pattern I can buy the adapters, also don you know how wide he can space them without vibration?

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    Jack,

    You can go up to 2 inches on the front but it is hard to steer, If you go an inch wide on the front it will not shake and you can up to 4 inches on the rear. I used 3# on the rear and 3/4 inch on the front. Let me know wide.

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    Dave:

    How hard will it be to steer with 1 1/4 spacers in front and 4" in back and how do i determine the bolt pattern spacing I heard it is 5 on 108 I am ready to order as soon as I confirm the spacing

    Thanks

    Jack
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    Jack,
    Fiero is 5x100 with a 57.10 mm hub
    Ferrari wheels are 5x108 With what ever hub size yours are. Mine were 66.80mm
    I used M12 studs on mine. Ferrari uses M14 studs. No need for the heavy ones the M12's are standard for the Fiero.

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    One inch and a 1/4 inch added to that will not pull a lot. But it will pull a little. Look at FunnyWheels goes topless in the build diaries for some help.
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