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Old 02-25-2011, 07:01 PM
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filling space between wheel and hub

so i ordered cragar 16x8 342's and firestone would not bolt them up to my truck due to the fact there was space between my hub and the wheel which i was told from members on this site means the cragar wheels are lug-centric, my question is, is there a ring or spacer of some type to fill the space so the wheels are hub-centric again also?
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Why don't you just have the work at a 4x4 shop that is not so paranoid about liability? Or simply a different tire shop. Sears would not mount some wheels I bought years ago so I just had them mounted at my local 4x4 shop.
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