Hub Centric Rings Set of Four
Don't let your new wheels wobble, install a set of 4 hub centric rings when putting wheels on your car. Made of high quality poly carbon, these rings will center your wheel properly on your hub.
What Size Do I Need? To get the right size you need to know your vehicle's hub size, i.e. Inner Diameter I.D and determine the centre bore size of your wheel, i.e. Outer Diameter or O.D.
What size is your Vehicle's Hub? A good reference for vehicle Bolt Circles and Centre Bores can be found HERE then measure your wheel bore to ensure you get the right size.
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What is the purpose of centric rings? Are they required?
Centre bore is the hole in the middle of the wheel on the hub of the car. Wheels are manufactured in huge numbers, many are not made with any vehicle's centre bore in mind, hence hub rings are always recommended.
These rings help to keep the wheel precisely centred on the vehicle hub as the lug hardware is torqued down. Keeping the wheel precisely centred on the hub when it is mounted will minimize the chance of a vibration.
The centre-bore of a wheel centres the wheel properly on the hub of a vehicle. This hole is machined to exactly match the hub so the wheels are precisely positioned as the lug hardware is torqued down. Some wheels are vehicle model specific and will come from the factory with a bore machined to match that vehicle.
The centre bore is the size of the hole in the centre of the wheel where the hub or spigot fits through. The centre bore, (also known as spigot size), is the diameter of this hole, usually measured in millimetres.
Wheels can also be non-hub centric by design, generally known as lug centric. These are mostly older designs like the Cragar S/S or Astro Supreme. Torquing is crucial to twisting the lug components with the vehicle on the jack as this process allows the bolts to centre the rim and torque down.
Still confused by hub centric rings? Not sure what you need? We have the parts to help you fit your wheels on your car! Give us a call toll free: 1-877-471-6700 or visit one of our locations.