Spigot rings for xxr's on s14a

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  1. Gle36

    Gle36 Member

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    Ive got a set of xxr 527's, 17x9.75 5x114.3 to go on my 14a but they don't have spigot rings atm. anyone got any ideas what size i need? cant see or don't know what markings on the wheel i would be looking for. any help would be well handy :)
     
  2. Matt_slater

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    A tape measure would give you the answer
     
  3. r3k1355

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    You don't really need them anyway, they're only to help centre the wheel.

    They don't take any load when you're driving along, so just fit the wheel properly the first time and you won't need them.
     
  4. Jites

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    this. I ran spigot less spacers for years and so do half of japan without any issues
     
  5. Boxertricks

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    You need to find out your wheels centre bore mate.

    Most Nissans are 66.1 so you'll need ??-66.1mm spigot rings.

    As above, you don't need them, but I always fit them as it locates the wheel centrally. If you don't get it spot on (it's not rocket science though) then it will vibrate it's tits off.

    You've bought new wheels so for the sake of £10 you mareswell do it "properly".
     
  6. mint

    mint touch my fruit

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    Measure it. None of us will have the answer to this question so just measure it. I got some for my other halfs s15 because she wanted them.. they made little difference as even when we measured 3 times, and got the ones closest to them by the mm, they still were out.

    As others said, I wouldnt bother.. I never have on any of my cars/wheels.
     
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    Mine are purple, not sure if they are colour coded and that helps.
     
  8. -sideslide-

    -sideslide- "ent it"

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    Just ask Srb power they sent mine With the wheels
     

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