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      03-14-2013, 05:29 AM   #1
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URGENT HELP. SSR Bore size?

I am having M&B wheels fitted tomorrow, but I do not have any spigots.

Does anyone know what the bore size would be as I do not want this to be the reason I cannot fit them tomorrow.

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72.56mm
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That cannot be right bud...?
I had someone measure it to about 78mm... And I think I had a supplier tell me it was 79.5...
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That cannot be right bud...?
I had someone measure it to about 78mm... And I think I had a supplier tell me it was 79.5...
Those are wrong. 3-series hub bore is 72.56 but 72.6 is used more.Other possibility would be 74.1 ,but that's for some 5-series like E39.
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Lol I know the size of the bore on the 3 series.

I need spigot rings to fit the ssr wheels. I was asking what the bore size on the ssr wheels were so I can get the right spigot so I don't experience wheel wobble.

I think ssr wheels are 79.5mm bore...
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SSR wheel bore size is whatever they were ordered as. There is no standard.
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Lol I know the size of the bore on the 3 series.

I need spigot rings to fit the ssr wheels. I was asking what the bore size on the ssr wheels were so I can get the right spigot so I don't experience wheel wobble.

I think ssr wheels are 79.5mm bore...
Oh my bad. i misunderstood. Aren't you suppose to get the correct hub centric rings with the wheels? If not you should ask from the manufacturer the correct size.
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SSR wheel bore size is whatever they were ordered as. There is no standard.
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That or they have a specific blanks thats been cut and will give you plastic or metal hub rings to fit a car make that werent made for as a band aid to make them work.
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Basing what I've found on SSR's website...



Your wheels should have a 79.5mm bore, but you may want to confirm with SSR, as I'm not sure if the specific wheels you have follow this pattern.
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Thanks vmr that gives me reassurance I got the correct spigot rings
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You'll know pretty quickly if your hubcentric rings are correct haha. If they aren't snug inside the wheel, or you're getting bad vibrations while driving, you probably have the wrong hubcentric rings.
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