" Welding metal hubrings into an aluminum rim?
Isn't it just that they were left in when the rims were powdercoated?
And you worked them loose because of the thickness of the powdercoat on the inside of the ring?
What you see as "welded" is probably a thick layer of powdercoat.
Just scrape or sand the powdercoat of the hubrings, and I think you'll be fine.
As long as they're snug in the rim and the diameter is correct on the inside it will work.
Or order new hubrings (without the powdercoat) and tap these out of the rims. "
" I googled this.
Man, you get some shady websites looking for this stuff.
Half of them I don't even trust opening, and the other half I trust spamming me into oblivion...
Also, saying that prices vary is a huge understatement...
You I want to take your offer.
Send me a link I can trust that will deliver in Europe, please. "
As am I. If you're asking ~85% of new I would expect they're perfect. Frankly it doesn't matter if you put obo or not as that price is way out to lunch. It's your for sale ad, you can ask what you want, all I'm saying is your being a little ambitious with that price especially selling a product that isn't 100% perfect. You rarely find brand new open box items for 85% retail... It's a stretch on a product purchased over a year ago with wg rattle.
I'm sorry I didn't price them how you would have liked. I expected people to offer lower, hence the obo part. All that's needed is an adjustment. Something you should do any time the twins are out of the car. I didn't realize that was gonna be such an issue, I just didn't feel like doing it. "