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Old 09-09-2014, 07:00 PM   #1
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Default cant find the 5 lug info i need

What are all the parts needed for the conversion?
What year yota do the parts come from?
What lug pattern is it?

I've searched multiple searches. I thought we had a sticky with all the info but I can'tffind anything.
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You read this one? http://www.infamousnissan.com/forum/...ad.php?t=12628
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I got the years out of that but still lost. So many people say this and that and it all gets into a confusing mess. Do I need drop spindles?
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If you want it 2" lower, yes you need drop spindles. If not, it doesn't matter.
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Alright. Now too look up lug pattern for ford 9" and Toyota lol
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I have done the Yota swap, and am running yota hubs and rotors with hardbody 2" drop spindles. The hubs where machined to fit the nissan spindle / bearing. The bolt pattern is 5x4.5. I am running an 89 Yoto rearend on mine tho.
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Thank you all I'll need is the hub?. I plan a ford 9" so I have gear options since I'm doing a v8. Also cheaper to narrow
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