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Old 07-12-19, 03:54 AM
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using S2000 wheels as rollers

can ap2 s2000 wheels be used on the FD? I don't plan to drive on them, I just need something on the car to roll it around my garage for now. my concern is the offsets being too low and hitting suspension.

f: 17x7" +55mm r: 17x8.5" +65mm
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I think they will work, I know S2000 guys routinely use FD wheels as track wheels. Stock FD wheels are 16x8 and a 50 offset if memory serves.

Probably not a lot of people have tried it, you may just have to give it a try and see what happens. The rears are the ones I would worry about.

I guess you could find another spare tire or something and put 2 S2000 wheels on the front and 2 spares on the back or something. Not pretty but makes it roll.

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I think they will work, I know S2000 guys routinely use FD wheels as track wheels. Stock FD wheels are 16x8 and a 50 offset if memory serves.

Probably not a lot of people have tried it, you may just have to give it a try and see what happens. The rears are the ones I would worry about.

I guess you could find another spare tire or something and put 2 S2000 wheels on the front and 2 spares on the back or something. Not pretty but makes it roll.

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ah I knew I didn't throw those spares in the trash for a reason. thanks!
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just a heads up, MY ap1 wheels did not fit over the center of the hubs on the FD back when I tried, im not sure if the ap2 centers are larger but the ap1s certainly did not fit
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Ap1 wheels on my fd at the link below. I used it as "rollers"

https://www.rx7club.com/3rd-generati...oject-1136898/
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Ap1 wheels on my fd at the link below. I used it as "rollers"

https://www.rx7club.com/3rd-generati...oject-1136898/
thanks for pulling that up. doesnt look half bad actually
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The S2000 hub bore is 70.1 and 64.1. I believe the FD is 67.1. so the rear S2000 wheels wouldnt fit over the hub, unless you use a spacer to alleviate that. Some S2K owners drill out rear wheels to run a wider square set.
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I used ap1 wheels in the front when my old 19 wheels did not fit with the ings kit
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