For Sale Rota Torque Type R 17x9 5x100
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    Rota Torque Type R 17x9 5x100

    $740 shipped lower 48

    hi-gloss white powdercoat

    5x100, et30, 17X9



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    $700

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    Someone wants these
    Last edited by weber; 01-03-2012 at 07:49 PM.

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    $740 shipped. Lower 48

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    FYI- although there are the same bolt pattern as a WRX, the hub bore is different so they will not fit properly

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    Centering rings will fix that.

    They are bored out 1mm larger.

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    Yup just wanted to post up the info incase others weren't aware

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    It really shouldn't be much of an issue without rings. 1mm would most likely not even be noticeable.

    The wheels I run now are 66.3mm and my hubs are 57.1mm. If you take time bolting them up they don't wobble under normal driving conditions.

    No different than running non-hubcentric spacers

    Centering rings should be available on eBay for roughly $10

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