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:mad:Ok heres the deal I just bought GSR Fat five rims. My bolt pattern is 4x100, the fat five rims are also 4x100. I tried to put them on and they fit but the problem is the hub diameter (center caps hole) on the fat fives are too small. My Sentra hubs wont fit through. Is there a fix available for this? Or am I screwed.
 

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that depends...
A machine shop with a large lathe could machine this easily to the correct hub size.
however unlike on a new part where machine are set up to do this automatically you would have to pay the man hours ( and at USA rates !!) to do this. not cheap....
how much are you invested in these?
Sell them and buy wheels that fit !!!
 

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the wheels are "hubcentric" meaning obviously they are made to match the hub, not the lugs. You need lugcentric spacers, and it should work. Or give your wheels to a machine shop with the spare to measure from and they can open up the wheels to fit.

Friend of mine bought SSR GT2s from a Miata for his 99 Si, and this was the solution.
 

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They machined the wheels to fit ?
If so how much did this cost ?
yes my aftermarket wheels have large center bores and con-centric rings to fit the hub.
 
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