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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-25-2010, 10:07 AM
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would a 42mm offset fit the 6?

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will a 5x115mm fit the 6i?
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I ran across this site for center bore reference.

http://adaptitusa.com/referencebook.htm
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it is 16x6'' my bad lol. and if it is smaller in the bore, and I have to bore them out, will that affect the structure of the rim in any way? I have seen people in the forum rocking some mazdaspeed protege rims and stock protege rims before so I know that they would fit. Just wanting to make sure I can install them in my car without running into huge problems.
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it is 16x6'' my bad lol. and if it is smaller in the bore, and I have to bore them out, will that affect the structure of the rim in any way? I have seen people in the forum rocking some mazdaspeed protege rims and stock protege rims before so I know that they would fit. Just wanting to make sure I can install them in my car without running into huge problems.
I would look into other wheels. Idk how boring them out will effect the structure but I don't think it will be good. Also a 16x6" wheel is pretty small and would look a little funny on the 6. 18" look the best and 17" look alright. Anything bigger or smaller look out of place. When looking for width look for larger, preferably a around 8" wide.
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I would look into other wheels. Idk how boring them out will effect the structure but I don't think it will be good. Also a 16x6" wheel is pretty small and would look a little funny on the 6. 18" look the best and 17" look alright. Anything bigger or smaller look out of place. When looking for width look for larger, preferably a around 8" wide.
I actually have stock 16'' steelies on my car, and in terms of size, it does not look too bad. granted the steelies are horrible.
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so for instance a set of XXR 527's with the correct bolt pattern but a bore of 73.1mm would not fit on my 03 mazda 6 i?
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or is it only a problem if the bore on the rims is smaller then the bore on the car?
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You would need hub-centric adapter rings to take up the slop.

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