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Old 11-06-2013, 05:50 PM   #1
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Wheel hub bore just a tiny bit too small

I have a set of wheels where the hub bore is 1mm too small. When I bought the wheels it was a gamble as some people say it fits, some say it doesn't.

Now if I want to just remove 1mm from the hub bore, what is the easiest way to do it short of sending it to a wheel shop?
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send it to a wheel shop.
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id say send it to a wheel shop and do it correctly
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Easiest way? Hub centric rings but if it's that small (that's what she said ) just send it to a wheel shop like Green's.
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Nissan wheels on a Mazda/Hyundai/Kia/Mits?

You could run 5mm spacers or take a die grinder to them. You only have to remove 0.5mm.
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3mm spacers may provide enough clearance if the bore is tapered on the wheel.
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Nissan wheels on a Mazda/Hyundai/Kia/Mits?

You could run 5mm spacers or take a die grinder to them. You only have to remove 0.5mm.
Bingo, Nissan wheels on a Hyundai. The front wheels fit, the back doesn't. Pisses me off.
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