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So I've been on the hunt for some new rims. All the websites and everything I've looked on are 5 lug wheels. Anyone know a decently priced website (preferably Canadian to avoid duties and everything) or would I be best off trying to 5 lug conversion, and if so. What's all needed. I'm sure I'd need to switch more then the hubs, especially the tears being drums. Suggestions? 2006 cobalt LT.


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Decently priced, implies you want to do at low cost. Converting to 5 stud unless you have a donor car is going to cost quite a bit. Keep looking on the internet for 4 hole rims. There are plenty of sites. Check tire stores for starters to see if they have anything you like. Fast wheels for instance has a lot of different styles. http://www.fastwheels.ca/
 

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a 5 lug swap is going to cost is around $600 but probably more. I've done it and the way I did the swap it was way more.
 

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Oor you could go to a junk yard and pull the whole set up off of a 5 lug Balt for about $200 and have it all on in about 3-4 hours. Rotors/drums are going to need to be replaced of course but they're the cheapest part of the conversion.


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I'm happy with the 5x110 swap I did, I wan't just looking for wheels, I have a set of IRL, SS/TC and PF01's at the moment, and wanted brakes too.
 
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