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Custom adaptors

Postby yeovil-pug » 26 Dec 2007 14:28

Im looking in to fit some porshe teledials 5x130 i think the pcd is . To my 106 xsi 4x108

and wondering what adaptors ect i will need to do this!!

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Postby TSW Venom » 28 Dec 2007 11:07

try http://www.concept-wheels.be/ in belgium. some really nice kit right there.
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Postby Stanton » 28 Dec 2007 11:22

copied and pasted like a true pro
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Postby top fuel » 28 Dec 2007 22:41

Shameless.

but agonisingly effective.
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Postby TSW Venom » 28 Dec 2007 23:45

if you've got it, rinse it ;)
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Postby yeovil-pug » 29 Dec 2007 10:11

cheers for the link , see they do 4 x 108 adapters sets to 5 x 112 so that could give me other ideas!! 8)

but do these adaptors fit onto drum brakes , as that what on back on me xsi??
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Postby top fuel » 29 Dec 2007 11:08

depends on the thickness and the length of the spiggot/centre locator.

I have cheap-o Delta Mics 20mm spacers on the back of my mk2. they *just* wouldn't sit flush, so I ghetto'd it and put a 3mm shim between the drum and spacer 8) SAFE!/? :lol:

I've got Eibach spacers on the front, only 15mm but it said not suitable for rear on some applications, but it was a much much better design, more "stepped" centres, so I think if you get good quality ones you should be OK, but I don't know the cars well enough to give you a firm answer.
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Re: Custom adaptors

Postby McTree » 27 Jan 2009 17:28

check www.motorsport-tech.com

they're based in california but ship world wide and have a lifetime warranty on their adapters :D
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Re: Custom adaptors

Postby eürowerks// » 31 Jan 2009 00:21

i ve seen some Porsche adaptors in venom.co.uk

also looking for my Porshe Turbo 911 wheels some adaptors 5x100 to 5x130 for my mk4 :eh:

got a wheels,but dont have an adaptors :(
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Re: Custom adaptors

Postby jchn_smith » 17 Nov 2009 19:47

im looking for some 5x100 to 5x136 adaptors anyone know were i can get some custom made?

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Re: Custom adaptors

Postby Dub_Section » 18 Nov 2009 14:19

I do custom made ones pm the details and ill see what i can do
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Re: Custom adaptors

Postby Adaptec Speedware » 19 Nov 2009 05:17

jchn_smith wrote:im looking for some 5x100 to 5x136 adaptors anyone know were i can get some custom made?

cheers john


If you are interested in great quality at a great price including all wheel and vehicle specific hardware shoot me an IM or email. I'll do what I can to get ya sorted and we ship to the UK all the time. :thumbup:

And for the original poster, we do offer 4x108->5x130 in a 2pc sandwich design in a minimum width of 35mm. This should be fine though seeing that the Porsche wheels usually have a very high offset.

Anything I can do to help out just let me know. Thanks! :cheers:
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Re: Custom adaptors

Postby jay_pearl_pug » 17 Mar 2010 12:08

i have some 4x108 - 5x130 adapters for sale looking for around 250 as i have never even drove with these as i dont like the style of the rim on my peugeot , comes with all bolts ect . i had these custom made from america and cost me in the reigion of 340 ring or txt me 07990975768 thanks
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Re: Custom adaptors

Postby jacksy » 22 Apr 2010 16:27

Im after the same i want adaptors to change ford 4x108 to a porsche 5x150 can some one get me a price on what sizes they can do for me thanks or where i can get them cheers.
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Re: Custom adaptors

Postby vosn » 29 Aug 2010 08:40

they cost around 310 euro for 4 adapters in 20mm wide

you can order them here http://www.concept-wheels.be
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