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Spigot Ring for 19" Alloys

mubzy79 Jun 23, 2011

  1. mubzy79

    mubzy79 Member

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    Hi I have some 19" Oettinger alloys which are ET35 and obviously 112 PCD. I tried fittign them to my car yesterday but They weren't sitting flush on the car so I am assuming I need some Spigot Rings. Has anyone had any experience of this and do I need a Spigot Ring and if so what size?

    Thanks
     
  2. CMD

    CMD Pointing Forward's!!!!!!!!!

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    Spigot rings work fine, you will neeed to reduce the CB on your new wheels using a spigot ring eg 73.1-57.1(vag standard)..If you don't use spigot ring's you will have wheel wobble due to the wheels not being centered/sitting on the hub's.
     
  3. mubzy79

    mubzy79 Member

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    ok cheers for your help mate :)
     
  4. mubzy79

    mubzy79 Member

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    Is there much difference quality wise between the Metal and the Plastic ones?
     
  5. CMD

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    Plastic or metal it makes no difference they are a fit and forget item..
     
  6. crazypainter

    crazypainter Member

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    yeah literally to ensure the wheel goes on centralized. Actually, what do you mean they are not flush??
     
  7. mubzy79

    mubzy79 Member

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    i was referring to the alloys not sitting properly on the hub
     
  8. CMD

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    Do you know the size of the CB on the new alloy wheels..
     
  9. matttrs

    matttrs Member

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    do you mean they wobble, and fall off if there are no bolts in, the spigot rings hold the wheel on the hub perfectly central so that when you put the bolts in they stay central and dont wobble which is 57.1
    I understood flush to mean you wheels are sitting inside or outside the arches, then it would be spacers
     

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