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Old 04-08-2009, 01:19 PM   #1
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Default Do I need Hub centric rings?

I hooked up some new wheels recently, and I was wondering 2 things:
1) How do I determine if they're hub or lug-centric?
2) If hub centric, how do I determine the wheel bore (in order to know what size hubcentric rings to get)? I already know my hub bore (on the car) is 56.1.

The wheels in question: SSR Professor SP1, 18x8", 5x100, 49mm offset.
Car in question: 04 STi.

Thanks for help!
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Old 04-08-2009, 07:08 PM   #2
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you can either measure the inside (mic) or search/ask around the internet. The SSR site might have hub bore size data.

our cars are hubcentric. it means we have a raised area on our hubs to accept matching hubcentric wheels. If the hub diameter on the wheel is larger, you must compensate with rings.
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Gotcha, thanks!
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