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Hey guys,
I'm looking into buying wheels, and I found a set I may be interested in. The problem is that I've got a '95 LS sedan. My Teg has a 4 x 100 bolt pattern and a 40 mm offset, I do believe, according to H & R and The Tire Rack. The wheels I'm interested in have a 5 x 114 bolt pattern (Supposedly a perfect fit for RSXs, ITRs, Preludes, 5-lug Accords, Acura TL/CL, DSMs, etc...) and a 45 mm offset.

Is there any way to put these on my car? In addition, I won't run into any problems with either Tein SS coilovers or a Koni Yellow/Eibach Pro-Kit setup, will I?

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Ben
 

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I can save about $500 by buying a used pair of my second choice (would rather have white) - OZ Superleggera Gunmetal - with tires mounted, for $900.

Would it be worth the hassle? Should I spend $900 and do a conversion or should I spend $1500 for a new set that will bolt right up?

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I did... 1200 for the conversion? Ouch...

Has anyone ever done, say, a Prelude 5 lug conversion? Just to get the 5th lug, not also to get ITR componentry?

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You can't put Prelude suspension parts on an Integra. That's why you need Type R parts. Doing the 5-lug conversion to try and save a couple bucks on your wheels will not work, it's going to be over $1000 for the conversion alone.

This is pretty much all you need to do the conversion. It's not as simple as it seems.

 
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