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    wratran is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Re: 5x115 = The Devil

    yes...sorry wrong term

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    Re: 5x115 = The Devil

    it is 114.3 not 115.3...typo

    there are more to choose from 114.3

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    Re: 5x115 = The Devil

    I know about the hubcentric rings, but I've just heard of people not trusting the hubcentric rings. Although, if people are using 114.3 with the hubcentric rings and aren't having any problems it really broadens my rim choices.

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    Re: 5x115 = The Devil

    i have the hubcentric ring for 24000 miles now...no vibration at 100+ mph

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    Re: 5x115 = The Devil

    Hubcentric rings are very important. Note that hub rings do NOT support the wheel once it's bolted down, they ONLY guarantee that the lug holes are centered buy supporting the wheel as the wheel is bolted up (ie, no movement of the wheel on the hub). A good 5x114.3mm wheel will bolt up very well with hub rings (70.30mm ID IIRC for the CTS), but you could experience some slight shimy at, say, 120mph or so.

    FWIW, I think there are some great wheels out in 5x115, but we might not have the same taste...
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