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The bolt pattern for the wheels I want are 6-5.5. Is there some kind of bolt pattern conversion kit of some sort to make them fit the 6-4.5 besides changing the hub altogether?? Why the hell did Nissan change to 4.5?? Crackheads! :evil:
 

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Okay, I found a good page for wheel adapters to solve the bolt pattern problem and also backspacing (if there was a problem for that one for that as well). Anybody have experience/opinions on them?

I don't know if its still too early for wheel choices on this new Frontier, but I'm not really liking the choices out right now (other than ones with different bolt patterns).
 

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What was the page you found for the wheel adapters? (Out of curiousity)

I bought Black Rhino Keros 20"x9's yesterday with Goodyear Eagle GTII 285/50/20's. They get mounted, etc in the morning. I will post pics tomorrow afternoon!

I ended up getting the Black Rhino's for the 3 year Chrome warranty - everything else was 1 or 2 years.
 

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What does everyone think about reliability issues with these?
has anyone seen a problem from putting these adapters on?
 

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id like to know too... seems like a cheap fix, but i can tell you right now, those would NOT be my first choice for adaptors....

they might be strong, but they are only 6061, any company that really wanted to make thier product bullit proof woulda used 7075. so if anyone finds some made from 7075, please let us know!
 

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Hmmm...I was thinking about the adapters,too.I also like a wheel that does not come in our pattern....
The spacers would also help with front brake caliper clearance(go look at them )8O

Jay
 

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Just asked my nissinminis friends their thoughts and one said that the Colorado K5 guys use 8 to 6-lug adapters on 3-ton trucks w/ 35" tall tires. He said just makes sure the lugs are tight and even. Makes me feel a little better. . .
 
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