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    Question Need help finding odd sized hubcentric rings

    I'm having no luck finding rings. My OEM centerbore is 57.1mm, the new wheels are 82mm. I cant find a set of hubcentric rings to fit in there. help?

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    Hey mate you could always go to a local machine shop and have some made i had to do this a while back when i fitted Mitsubishi Evo 9 wheels to my A4 Qts but i did have access to a laith to do it and made them out of polyurethane which worked a treat hope this helps.

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    Try Fleabay, there's a chap there that sells these, try searching for 'spigot rings'.



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    yea, I may have to look for local places with a lathe or a cnc machine and get these custom cut

 

 

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