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Fairlane Stud pattern + Offset

I would like to know what offset the 77 ZH fairlane has...

I can't find the Exact info on it.. I know the stud patter is 5x114.3 ...
and the offset is +20 or 0 ?

If so... a wheel with a bigger offset wouldn't fit would it? A set of wheels I want to purchase have an offset of +40....

Can't I change my offset if need be for cheap?
Info would help greatly..
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Re: Fairlane Stud pattern + Offset

PDC is 5x114.3, offset I think is +20 , you can't change offset in any way legally, spacers etc can be used, but not recommened at all.

Keep looking for +20 (someone please confirm), i thought through to EA was +20 offset

I did put something here, but it vanshied, I think

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Re: Fairlane Stud pattern + Offset

so wheels with +20 or less would fit. or do they have to be exact?

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Re: Fairlane Stud pattern + Offset

Has to be exact. or the centre is out, and undo load will be on the stub axles at the front, also bearings on all the wheels, let alone they will either then rub on the guards, or rub on the shockies more than likley.

Again double check the offset number as I am not 100% sure.

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