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How many of you are using either a spacer or hubrings?

22" wheel/tire owners please let me know if...

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Ok I was at a small weekly cruise in at the MceeDees in Scottsdale, a couple members were there but not as many as I was hoping - I asked them this...

Were they running spacers, hubcentric rings or items like this to make the wheels fit and not shake. 2 said yes, and one said no.

As you know I am in the market for new wheels again due to the wrong fitment, but I can't find any that I love. I though that since the TIS 07 was designed for this car that they should just bolt on and go.

The member with the 22" TIS 07s said he got the "shakes" with his above 65 mph and had to take it in to the local wheel shop for some hubrings and the problem was fixed. I am going to go down there this week and see if they can get rid of the shaking with either the rings, and a balace or something...
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I was told that all new TIS wheels should fit the car, with the proper offset, of course.

My TIS wheels vibrated at 60mph when they were first put on.

We tried a hub centric ring, but the gap was so small, none of the rings fit.

The source of the problem was the locking washers on the hub bolts. (On the actual bolt that you eventually put the lug nut on.) These come standard from the factory.

They create a gap, and then the wheel does not sit flush. Therefore, the wheel wobbles like it is not balanced.

Take those locking washers off with a needle nose pliers, put the wheels back on, and there should be no vibration.

Worked on my ride.
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