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Old 06-27-2018, 11:51 PM
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Fitting wheels with 1mm smaller center bore?

I found some wheels off a 2001 Acura Integra on Craigslist, I haven't bought them yet. I have a 2008 LS 2.2 with a 4x100 lug pattern. According to wheel-size.com, the center bore of the 2001 Integra is 56.1mm, and the center bore of my Cobalt is 57.1mm. What do I need to do to get the Integra wheels to fit?
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are the wheels off the integra an oem wheel or aftermarket? if they are aftermarket they will likely have a removable hub centric ring, all you will need to do is get a new one the right diameter for the wheels and for the car. if the wheels are oem or dont have removable rings, well, they arent gonna fit. your only option here would be to have a wheel repair shop machine the bores out.
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