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ICHIBA 5 Hole Hub Kit?

Old 04-05-2008, 12:50 PM
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ICHIBA 5 Hole Hub Kit?

Ok gang do any of you have or know any info about the ICHIBA 5 Hole Hub Kit what all would i have to do to put them on my car s13 240sx? i have ebc pads and rotors i have had them for about a year now and have not put them on, can the rotors be made from 4lug to 5 and still be safe? thanks for your time.
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Old 04-06-2008, 01:26 PM
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I have ichiba 5 lug hubs on my s13. the front hubs are giving me issues but i do not believe ichiba made improper hubs I believe other factors caused the issues with my front hubs.

the rear hubs are fine as far as i can tell. The msrp is $300 for the front hubs and another $300 for the rear. You get new hubs with new wheel studs and new wheel bearings. It's a pretty good price.

I think you should give them a shot. Since the aftermarket bearings may not be like oem. I do not recommend hitting them with an air gun. I would torque them down to the proper amount with a torque wrench.


The 4 lug rotors can be re drilled safely to the 5 lug pattern. Just take it to a competent machine shop.
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I have ichiba 5 lug hubs on my s13. the front hubs are giving me issues but i do not believe ichiba made improper hubs I believe other factors caused the issues with my front hubs.

the rear hubs are fine as far as i can tell. The msrp is $300 for the front hubs and another $300 for the rear. You get new hubs with new wheel studs and new wheel bearings. It's a pretty good price.

I think you should give them a shot. Since the aftermarket bearings may not be like oem. I do not recommend hitting them with an air gun. I would torque them down to the proper amount with a torque wrench.


The 4 lug rotors can be re drilled safely to the 5 lug pattern. Just take it to a competent machine shop.
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