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|21st October 2009, 13:37||#1|
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Hub/Bore Diameter doubt about Baleno Rims
A colleague of mine has a Baleno LXi with 165/80R13 tyres and 13" 5J Rims.
he's thinking about switching to 14", but doesnt want to invest in alloys - yet.
he has some 100pcd honda city rims, but the bore dia is not the same as the baleno's 54 , so he's not sure they can be swapped safely
|21st October 2009, 16:46||#3|
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I was also using swift wheels till i changed over to alloys, you can get a new set of them very cheap. the tyre shops since lot of swift guys keep upgrading.
|27th October 2009, 08:51||#4|
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If the bore diameter of the Honda wheel is larger than that of the Baleno wheel, your friend can use a hub-centric (spigot-locating) ring & achieve a good fit.
You also need to check whether the offsets (ET) of the wheels are similar.
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