Originally Posted by Walker
I have a new set of the pro comp rims, 16x8 with the 8-165 lug pattern but the center hole is two large for my 2wd. Do they make a reducer ring for the center hub or should I hunt for other rims? The pro comp rims have a hub bore of 130.81 mm, not sure what the standard hub bore is.
All of the aftermarket alloys are "lug-centric" so it doesn't really matter that the bore is too large. This allows them to fit on Ford, Chevy, and Dodge trucks.
Many of the wheel makers to offer hub rings, which can reduce vibrations by allowing a tighter fit. But this only works if the wheel bores are actually machined concentric to the rims. My Ultra Goliaths are not, so I can't use them. It's one of the reasons they will be coming off soon in exchange for some real hub centric wheels.