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Does anybody know if this rim will fit our cars?
I've looked online and there doesn't seem to be any data. I'm more concerned with the center hub bore diameter...
 

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noooooo..... dont say that.

this is what Custom rims, wheel tire packages for your ride - RIMSnTIRES.com says:

Wheels: Wheel 1 Wheel 2
Wheel size 16x6.5 ET 46 18x8 ET 35
BackSpace 141 mm (5.5'') 149 mm (5.8'')
8 mm (0.3'') deeper.
Rim Lip 30 mm (1.2'') wider
Typical Weight ~ 17 lbs / 8 kg ~ 26 lbs / 12 kg
Tires: Tire 1 Tire 2
Tire size 205/55-16 225/40-18
Section width 205 mm (8.1'') 225 mm (8.9'')
Sidewall 113 mm (4.4'') 90 mm (3.5'')
Tire diameter 632 mm (24.9'') 637 mm (25.1'')
5 mm (0.8%) taller.
Rim sizes 16x5.5 to 16x7.5 18x6.5 to 18x8.5
Circumference 1984 mm (78.1'') 2000 mm (78.7'')
Revs per mile 811 804.6
Speedometer Assuming that this is OEM tire and speedometer readings are correct >>> When speedometer reads 60mph (96.6km/h) actual speed will be 60.5mph (97.4km/h): 0.8% faster.
Typical Weight ~ 22 lbs / 10 kg ~ 21 lbs / 10 kg
Wheel+Tire Weight~ 39 lbs / 18 kg ~ 47 lbs / 22 kg
Clearance: Package 1 Package 2
Suspension Assuming that this is OEM wheel/tire and there is no any problems with clearance on both sides >>> The same.
Fenders Package will stick out 21 mm (0.8'') farther. Make sure that you have enough room under the fender. If not, consider narrower tires or higher offset.
Wheelwells Will fill out the wheelwell by extra 3 mm. Almost no difference

am i missing something?
 

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I am running a +33 offset on mine. Fits perfectly... So what's your concern here, again?
 

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How wide is the tire you're using?

I'm more so concerned with the center hub diameter and if its big enough on a set of rims that I have

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