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wheel stud re-drill guide

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I am doing it. It seems it was done more in the early days 14-16 not so much as now. I bought great guide that allows you to drill multiples new holes at once without unbolting it. I will be renting it out after I use it for my car.
 
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I am doing it. It seems it was done more in the early days 14-16 not so much as now. I bought great guide that allows you to drill multiples new holes at once without unbolting it. I will be renting it out after I use it for my car.
Interesting. old vs. new users in relation to increased 108 availability? For my motorcycle, there was some tool I forgot what it was (clutch basket wrench?) that was somehow paid for by members and shipped directly from one member to the next.
 

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I am doing it. It seems it was done more in the early days 14-16 not so much as now. I bought great guide that allows you to drill multiples new holes at once without unbolting it. I will be renting it out after I use it for my car.
If you do so, let me know. I want to switch to 4x100 so I can run old JDM wheels on mine. I can even reuse my XXRs since they're 4x100/4x108.


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Interesting. old vs. new users in relation to increased 108 availability? For my motorcycle, there was some tool I forgot what it was (clutch basket wrench?) that was somehow paid for by members and shipped directly from one member to the next.
Ya but honestly I am super busy and not sure when I will get around to actually doing it as I am just starting a move to new place and my mind is elsewhere. I would want a fairly large deposit as well as my tool was super expensive.
If you can get a tool now for around $100 thats a steal. I would be charging $50 for the rental and $225 deposit.
 

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