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Old 11-05-2012, 11:56 PM
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will 67.1mm bore size wheels be find on g35?

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I just bought a set of these wheels from another person who had it on his rx8.
It's 18x8 5x114.3 , same as our g35, but I he had to use 79.5-67.1 hub ring to fit on his rx8.
I know our g35 hub bore size is 66.1,

but I was wondering if I can just use the 67.1 bore ring size on my g35? it's only 1 mm difference in size as far as I'm concerned.

and another question. the offset on those rims are 45, so I just ordered 25mm hub centric spacers with extended studs for g35, but the hubbore size is 66.2mm. Is that normal?
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and also.

what do you think about the design/style of the wheels? ok/plain looking? ugly for g35?
obviously these aren't expensive wheels, but still... they're pretty clean and should be a decent change for the winter seasons compared to my scruffy eom 19's
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If the wheels have a hub bore of 79.5mm why not just get the right hub centric rings for your car? Shouldn't be too expensive to find them in 66.1mm.
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If the wheels have a hub bore of 79.5mm why not just get the right hub centric rings for your car? Shouldn't be too expensive to find them in 66.1mm.
honestly, I didnt know where to find them. I tried some sites, but it was hard to find 79.5 outer diamater.

any recommendations where I would be able to find them? any common tire shops?
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https://www.justforwheels.com/index....tric&Submit=Go!

http://www.shop.upgrademotoring.com/...6&categoryId=6

I don't know how legit those sites are but those are just two links I pulled off of Google. Any machine shop working with wheel spacers can make them as well.
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https://www.justforwheels.com/index....tric&Submit=Go!

http://www.shop.upgrademotoring.com/...6&categoryId=6

I don't know how legit those sites are but those are just two links I pulled off of Google. Any machine shop working with wheel spacers can make them as well.
Thanks, now I know where to find them, but no way I can use the 79.5-67.1 one on my g35? buying another set is another 50-60 dollars...
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Well I mean you don't technically have to run them at all, but you may run the risk of vibrations, not to mention that if they're not really seated on the hub of the car, the studs are supporting the weight rather than the hub.

There are many people on here that don't run hubcentric rings at all, however if you are going to run them it's best to run them in the right sizes for the car. Otherwise you may as well not even have them. $50-$60 is nothing in the long run.
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