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Car bolt pattern and center bore list

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Does the center bore only affect the original wheels? Do I have to check the center bore on the after market rims when I look for a second hand one?
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Does the center bore only affect the original wheels? Do I have to check the center bore on the after market rims when I look for a second hand one?
The center bore on the new rims would have to be as large or larger than the stock center bore.

If smaller, the wheel would have a space between it and the rotor and be very unsafe to drive.

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To add to what Fastest said, if the new wheel has a larger bore than the original wheel, a hubcentric ring (google it) is used to make up the difference so that the new wheel mounts as snugly as the original.

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To add to what Fastest said, if the new wheel has a larger bore than the original wheel, a hubcentric ring (google it) is used to make up the difference so that the new wheel mounts as snugly as the original.
As long as the lug holes are tapered, I think the lugs (assuming also tapered) would center the wheel enough on the hub.

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That's true, but hub rings are usually used to make up the difference.

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