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Re: hub centric rings (archive)

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Posted by Charlie Nieves on September 27, 2001 at 13:18:43:

In Reply to: Re: hub centric rings posted by r o b [shragon.net] on September 27, 2001 at 12:41:45:

Agree on the plastic rings. Stay away from them. I got those on my car and are already broken, and I have the shimmy from HELL again.


call up tire rack and tell them they're a bunch of fuckin' idiots! when i ordered mine, the guy told me they didn't have any either, that they were specific for each wheel application or some shit like that. truth of the matter is, is that it seems like people at tire rack don't know jack shit. just give them the part number (can somebody post it because i forgot it), and they'll go "oh, okay, i guess we have it, lets go ahead a get that to you." if that person still doesn't know, then ask to talk to somebody else.

PS stay away from hub centric rings from america's tire co / discount tire co. these are cheaply made plastic rings which will eventually break.





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