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post #15 of (permalink) Old 04-19-2017, 06:01 PM
No, Mr. Lemmywinks, No!!!

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The holes in the rotors have a bit of play by design; and the hole in the middle is a different size, so you need some metal rings in the gap, or you will never have an even balance on the wheels, because the rotor is 0.0xx off center, so you go down the road going whoomp-whoomp-whoomp each time the light spot comes up.

With more tires, it's more fun.

The hub centric rings are just gap-fillers.

That's why our rotors and wheels fit tightly in the middle.

Good to see you back!

I just want to know what to do about the yellow painted front stud, if you replace the front bearings...

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