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Right ive got team dynamic prorace 1.2's from a honda but they fit my car fine, just when I get too 70 it shakes do I need spigot rings ? Cheeers
 

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when fitting the wheels to the car is there alot of spaces/movment?

have the wheels/tyres been balanced?
 

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this is starting to annoy me FIX THIS WEBSITE!!!!
 

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when fitting the wheels to the car is there alot of spaces/movment?

have the wheels/tyres been balanced?

Yer mate balance is fine and don't need spacers, so I think I may need the rings as the bore sizes or diffrent ?
 

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Yer mate balance is fine and don't need spacers, so I think I may need the rings as the bore sizes or diffrent ?
i didnt mean sparcers mate i ment is there alot of play/movment when the wheels on?

Yeah, it'll most likely be spiggot rings mate.
Thought so dude :) This may sound stupid but do I need honda size ones which the wheels are made for or vauxhall ones too fit the hub ? :/
as josh says will need the spigot rings

if there aftermarket wheels they should fit if the wheel fitted in the first place but you might need to trim the spigot rings as im not 100% if honda/vauxhall use the same size hub
 

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if they are aftermarket, you should be fine with standard vauxhall spigots, but measure the bore first, as alloy wheels sometimes come with different bore sizes on the same style wheel, then get on ebay n order some!
 
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