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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Whats the center bore for b5 s4? 57.1?? what happens if you buy rims with a larger

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    center bore?

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    Veteran Member Two Rings
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    57.1 is B7 and older Audi, The new ones are 66.65.

    What happens? Normally nothing as the wheel will center on the lugs, BUT, I would suggest a set of conversion rings... they make them in practically every possible options and will adapt the larger wheel hub opening to the 57.1.

    what is the bore of the wheels you putting on? Or what were they off?

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    Veteran Member Four Rings Bimmerchop's Avatar
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    x2, just get hub centric rings, they're cheap
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    ok just wanted to make sure you could get hub centric rings...i have them on my car now

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    Established Member Two Rings S/4biturbo's Avatar
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    So in other words I can run wheels that are not hub centric for the time being until I can get my hub rings in?
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    Senior Member Three Rings Danza's Avatar
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    you can. Need to torque them carefully and off of the ground.

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    Established Member Two Rings S/4biturbo's Avatar
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    okay cool. Thanks for the quick response as well
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    1999.5 V6 MT with intake, just a daily winter beater. *Sold*
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    Veteran Member Three Rings laxman851's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by S/4biturbo View Post
    okay cool. Thanks for the quick response as well
    Woah there nelly. You need to torque the wheel in a cross or star pattern. Torque down the first bolt until you feel a just a little resistance then move to the next one, torque down that bolt a little bit more repeat until all of your bolts reach their torque specifications. Do you know what I'm talking about? Do you understand the bold part?

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    Veteran Member Four Rings mikehawk666's Avatar
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