1 set of Hub Centric Rings 72MM TO 78.03M6M 4 Rings Per Bag HR72-7803-4
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Set of 4 Hub Centric Rings
These centric rings provide a true wheel centering on the vehicle's hub.
This centering of wheel stops vibration and gives a smooth ride, preventing any damage that is likely to be caused to the wheel or hub.
High Quality Poly Carbonate
Comes in several sizes inner and outer
Outer Size 72mm
Inner Size 78.03mm
What are centric rings needed for?
Centric rings are needed when the hub hole (the center bore) on the rim is larger than the wheel hub of the car. The rim manufacturers deliberately make the hub ring as large as possible for the rim, taking in to consideration the hub hole, to allow the same rims to be sold for the various different models of car using hub centric rings.
Centric rings are usually needed only for post-sale rims, since the original rims usually come with a center bore of the right size. Usually the hub centric rings are used with alloy wheels, but sometimes steel rims may need hub centric rings.
The purpose of the centric ring is to perfectly center the alloy wheel to the wheel Hub.
- Lip Size, Concavity, and overall Appearance, may vary depending on Vehicle and Wheel Size
- Once Tires are mounted onto Wheels, the wheels become Non-Returnable
- Feel free to contact our dedicated Wheel & Tire team with any questions
- Made using low pressure casting technology
- Designed to meet or exceed the load capacity of SUVs and light trucks
- Rigorously tested to ensure exceptional reliability
- 1-piece cast construction
- Compliant with the JWL and VIA industry standards
- 1 or 3-year warranty on the finish
- Lifetime warranty on the structure of the wheel
MAINTAINING YOUR ALLOY WHEELS
Proper maintenance will prevent damage to the wheel finish and keep the wheel finish warranty from being voided. Before installation, apply a coat of non abrasive car wax to the wheels which will help protect the finish and make it easier to clean them. Clean your wheels often using mild soap and water and a soft sponge or cotton cloth to clean them. Reapply a coat of wax at least once per season. Do not use abrasive cleaners, pads or polishing compounds on your wheels. Do not wash your wheels when they are hot as it will damage the finish.
The seller warrants that the wheels will be free from cosmetic defects for one (1) year or three (3) years from the date of purchase. The seller also warrants that its wheels will be free from structural defects for as long as the purchaser owns the product. The seller’s obligation under this warranty will be limited to the repair or replacement of any wheel(s) which is (are) considered to be defective. The seller will inspect all warranty returns. Wheels covered by our warranty will be repaired or replaced.
WHAT IS COVERED?
Peeling of the clear coat, chrome or paint on the face of the wheel.
Blemishes in the clear coat, chrome or paint finish of the wheel.
Wheels with lateral or radial run out greater than 0.025" or 0.635mm provided there is no evidence of impact.
Wheels with improperly machined bolt holes, center bores or offsets, wheels that leak air.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED?
Peeling of the paint, clear coat, or chrome in the barrel, or on the back of the wheel.
Wheels that have a lateral or radial runout less than 0.025" or 0.635 mm.
Wheels that have been damaged by accident, impact, misuse, negligence, off-road use, racing, or exceeding the maximum load rating.
Scratches, stone chip, or curb rash caused by road hazards.
Damage caused by tire installation or the use of an impact gun.
Use of clip on weights on the outer lip of the wheel.
Corrosion, pitting, scratches, or staining due to improper wheel maintenance.
Wheels that have been altered, modified, or repaired.
Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act:
Legally, a vehicle manufacturer cannot void the warranty on a vehicle due to an aftermarket part unless they can prove that the aftermarket part caused or contributed to the failure in the vehicle (per the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act (15 U.S.C. 2302(C)) for more info click here