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Old 02-06-2006, 03:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just wanting to know the tolerance on the hub bore, apparently the "just right" bore is 100mm or 3.97". The wheels i found that i want to go with are 108.71mm or 4.28" Pacer 297B, these gonna work or are they too large of a bore?
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Speaking from what i've heard around the boards, is our trucks are made to be hub-centric, and the bore needs to be just the right size so it can help the lug nuts distribute the weight. You could always pick the wheels up, and have an insert made that will take up the extra gap..
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Kinda the whole purpose i want to use these wheels are the price, i can pick them up for $32 a peice, kinda pinching pennies because i would like to buy new wheels and tires for what i can get out of my RTS 20's and tires. I thought anything that took a conical seat lug that it really didn't matter, plus thats the only hub bore size Pacer has for all its 6x5.5 lug pattern wheels.
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They will work
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Old 02-06-2006, 08:31 AM   #5 (permalink)
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$32 for a wheel... i dont care what they look like hook me up!
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$32 for a wheel... i dont care what they look like hook me up!
They look identical to the Rock Crawler series 97 Soft 8

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