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Old 05-01-2012, 03:45 PM   #1
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hub centric size for GA GT

okay i am looking on amazon to find these and i have no clue what size rings to get any tips ??
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss...nt%2Caps%2C229
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Old 05-01-2012, 04:00 PM   #2
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Sticky right at the top of this section dude.

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okay can you tell me then ?? i looked the closest thing i see is 70.3mm but i dont seem to find any in that size
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When buying hubcentric rings, the I.D. you want is something slightly larger than our hub size (70.3mm) - so maybe 70.5mm. O.D. depends on the centerbore of your wheels.
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thank you for actually answering my question!
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I actually just picked some Hub Centric Rings today. I know a guy at a tire shop that test fitted them on the hub and the rims and the size he gave me was ID:70.3 mm and OD: 72.6 and that was for my Enkie rims.
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I actually just picked some Hub Centric Rings today. I know a guy at a tire shop that test fitted them on the hub and the rims and the size he gave me was ID:70.3 mm and OD: 72.6 and that was for my Enkie rims.
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