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Hey guys i want to go from a 4lug to a 5lug what is needed
 

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i dont think it would be worth your time
 

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its not worth it to go to the 5 lug balts have. we have 5x110 which is a pain in the a** to find. stick with the 4x100 and you have a lot more options. if you want to do the swap, you'll need to find a donor car with the 5 lug(so either ss or lt2) and from there it depends which one you find(ss has discs, lt2 has drums). in the end its gonna be much easier to stick with the 4 lug
 

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The only benefit with going 5-lug is really bigger SS front brakes...

For front, you'll need wheel hubs, calipers, new pads and bigger rotors... for rear you'll need a 5 lug drums, not that hard to find... if you want disks in the back you'll need the whole rear SS axle setup
 

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if its only for brakes you may as well upgrade what you have... don't know what your plan is
 

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thanks for the snapple fact



yeah, because all the super racing civics are 4x100 :p
that's right, more of a market for 4 lugs seeing that most younger ppl who want those aftermarket type rims own 4-lug cars. So it will probably end up being much cheaper and simpler for you to keep your 4-lug setup :D
 

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Rear 5 lug axle, front 5 lug spindles, and all appropriate brake components. And the wheels.
lol that's a tall-ass order just to get 5-lug wheel pattern.
 
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