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5 x 4.5 wheel hub for S10 4x4?

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Old 09-25-2010, 12:24 PM
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Has anyone ever found a front wheel hub from a 4.5 bolt pattern vehicle that can replace the s10 one? I'm putting in a ford 8.8 in back and want all wheels to be 5 x 4.5. With so many vehicles using 4.5 I'm hoping there is a bolt on.

1988 s10 Blazer 4x4 with V8 now
 
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Re-drill yours. probably the easiest thing to do, or wheel adapters.
 
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I considered that. As well as drilling the ford 8.8. There are 3 holes alraedy in the front wheel hubs interfering with a strong layout. Then also I have to redrill rotors from then on. The new wheel hub just seemed possible and I was hoping somebody figured it out already.
 
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Id go SFA then...
 
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