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    Quote Originally Posted by MotorboatMcGoat View Post
    Here I go reviving an old thread. So the standard hub bore is 63.36, and you're saying the 64.1 also fits? Is there that much 'wiggle' room? I would much rather have something more robust than the plastic gorilla ones.
    Absolutely not, 0.8 mm is significant. Where did I mention 64.1?

    The Fiesta ST hub bore is 63.4mm, you need a hub ring designed for that ID. Read more about the Fiesta ST wheel specs here: https://www.fiestastforum.com/thread...re-Information

    Also, what wheels do you have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDG View Post
    Absolutely not, 0.8 mm is significant. Where did I mention 64.1?

    The Fiesta ST hub bore is 63.4mm, you need a hub ring designed for that ID. Read more about the Fiesta ST wheel specs here: https://www.fiestastforum.com/thread...re-Information

    Also, what wheels do you have?
    Wow I must be crazy, I could've sworn the link I opened had that number there, might have been a different link... Sorry for bad info. The link you posted shows 73.1mm OD to 63.4mm ID. I believe my wheels are Rota Grid Racing 16x7. I just picked up the car, and that's the only Rota Grid listed on their website in a 16x7, 4x108.
    http://www.rotawheels.com/product/grid-racing

    I read on another thread that 73mm OD to 63.36mm ID was required for these wheels.
    https://www.fiestastforum.com/thread...-in-Rota-Grids

 

 
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