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I recently acquired a set of Enkei mesh 3 piece wheels, unfortunately they are 4x108 bolt pattern. I just couldn't pass them up. Anybody know of a good shop in the SC or GA area that will re-drill wheels?
 

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Or maybe some advice on adapters? Is anyone running adapters? What's the thinnest you can run without having to grind anything?
 

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Wow, that's really strange, I could have sworn I asked if anybody had any advice on adapters? Not who can be the biggest smug **** first. Do me a favor and see yourself out if you can't help. Thanks.
 

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I think 20mm is about the smallest you can go when it comes to adapters, I dont know if it helps but I would rather go with adapters. I dont know if this helps but I am sure it helps more than the posts above.

I will try to help you out if I find any info regarding the subject.
 

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Anytime you do any kind of changes to metal can actually weaken it. adapter is a better route imo. the trouble is finding it for that size and your size.
 

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Buy a fucking drill.
haha funny. I was thinking of that, but more of the type: buy a fucking drill press.

I don't even know...why the hell do people really go through all this trouble for a wheel? How many god damn mesh wheels are on the market? A million to choose from, yet this particular one is special some how...

Anyways, enough speculation, I think the answer to this question is easily google-able. As for the adapter...Funny, I googled it also:
https://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=4x100+to+4x108+adapter

I wonder if the answer is always this simple?
 

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:idea: This new google thing is pretty helpful. Thanks guys! :mrgreen:
 

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Wow! I kinda gave up at looking at this thread after the first response. Thank to all who had constructive and helpful comments. Here is the result: 15x7 +19 offset with 20mm spacers. The fitment is damn near perfect, just need a fender roll and a slight pull.
 
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