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    Hub rings?

    Hey guys so I got new rims and the hub is bigger then my 02 wrx's. I've been looking around online to see which hub rings I need and idk if I'm looking for the right one. The rims are 71.5 and my car is 56.1. So which size rings would I need?

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    You know the OD & the ID of the rings. So look for those,i.e. 71.5 X 56.1
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    Thanks for replying so fast! I've been looking for that and I can't seem to find any but ill keep looking though.
    Would I have to put 2 hub rings together?

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    What wheels did you get? I don't see any reason to use 2 hub rings.

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    I got some 16" motegi traklites.

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    Call up or send some PM's to all the vendors around here and nasioc and see what they can do for you. Somebody has got to have something like that.

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    I shall do that. How much do you think this will cost?

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    odd, those are usually included with the wheels if they're new. if not it isn't a huge deal, tighten the lugnuts on carefully one at a time so your sure the wheel is centered on the lugs and torque in the air with someone holding the brake petal or a tool to do so. the lugs will center the wheel on your hub. drive around for 50 miles or so and re-torque just to be sure. should be good after that!
    when my friends come up, i hear, "you sold the camarrrroooh.....HOLY BLEEP A WRX!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by tirerob View Post
    odd, those are usually included with the wheels if they're new. if not it isn't a huge deal, tighten the lugnuts on carefully one at a time so your sure the wheel is centered on the lugs and torque in the air with someone holding the brake petal or a tool to do so. the lugs will center the wheel on your hub. drive around for 50 miles or so and re-torque just to be sure. should be good after that!
    That's what I've done so far, it's just the fact that I know its not fully supported scares me. I also snapped one of my studs too...

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