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Sup family. I got a set of aftermarket wheels, new with tires on a trade, same bolt pattern but the center hub is not 64.1 it's a little bit different, I was planning on using hub rings. Any thoughts??
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If the center bore of the wheels is larger than 64.1mm, plastic and aluminum Hubcentric adaptors are readily available online. If everything else is compatible (overall diameter, offset & lug type) they could bolt right up.


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If the center bore of the wheels is larger than 64.1mm, plastic and aluminum Hubcentric adaptors are readily available online. If everything else is compatible (overall diameter, offset & lug type) they could bolt right up.


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They are 66.1 the rest is the same. 17s tho.
 

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Great, if they didn't come with matching lug nuts make sure the cone shape is the same if you plan on using the stock lugs.
Also, if you would like to keep the speedo close to the same readout, check the outside diameter of the tires on a site like this one; Tire Size Comparison
 

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Great, if they didn't come with matching lug nuts make sure the cone shape is the same if you plan on using the stock lugs.
Also, if you would like to keep the speedo close to the same readout, check the outside diameter of the tires on a site like this one; Tire Size Comparison
 

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Check the offset, stock Ody wheels have a truly massive offset (+50 I think?). Hard to find wheels with that much offset.
The Bimmer wheels I run are +43 I think, so they stick out a bit more. If you are looking for it you can see the difference. Gives it about a 3% monster truck look. 😁
 
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