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Does the rotor for alloy rims and stock rims differ in size?


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2015-07-15 18:32:45
2015-07-15 18:32:45

Generally no. Joe


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older car rims are made out of steel where as new cars come out of factory with alloy wheels.

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Be careful what people claim they can do. Alloy rims do not maintain strength when they bend and when you bend them back they become even weaker. Most reputable shops will not straighten alloy rims because of the potential for breakage and problems on the highway. Just find some replacment rims, you'll be safer.

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depends on what rims you have. 195/70R14 - steel 14" rims with hub caps 205/60R16 - alloy 16" rims with 5 straight spokes 215/50R17 - alloy 17" rims with 5 diagonal spokes

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