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Alloy spigot rings, where to buy?



perazzi

ClioSport Club Member
  clio 182
Hi guys. I need a set of alloy spigot rings for my 182/OZ Superturismo's. (60.1 - 68.) There are loads of places offering them in plastic/rubber but I need them for track use. Any ideas?
TIA
 

Danith

ClioSport Club Member
  VRS 230 & Ep3
Made a big difference for me when I couldn't get my evo wheels to stop wobbling on my ep3.

Guessing metal ones wont melt either on track
 

sburrell93

Scotland - South
ClioSport Area Rep
I had plastic ones that lasted one track day and decided to melt to the hub and I then couldn't get road wheels back on to drive home...

Try eBay. There were loads on there when I picked up an alloy set a while ago. Cheap too, only paid about a tenner IIRC.
 

JB21

ClioSport Club Member
Looks like you will have to go with plasitc rings as there's no aftermarket metal ones out there in these sizes. You could try contacting OZ directly as I know my OZ's on the MR2 came with factory fit alloy rings as they are OZ stamped.
 

perazzi

ClioSport Club Member
  clio 182
Yes, because of the heat. The constant working temp on any of the 'plastic' ones I've seen is given at circa 140 degrees.

...and like Sburrell, I'd like to get home with wheels/tyres that hadn't been shagged to within an inch of their lives. 200 miles. :eek:

Seriously tho, I've been all over ebay, amazon etc, tried loads of specialists, and all I'm being offered is 'plastic'.
 

perazzi

ClioSport Club Member
  clio 182
Looks like you will have to go with plasitc rings as there's no aftermarket metal ones out there in these sizes. You could try contacting OZ directly as I know my OZ's on the MR2 came with factory fit alloy rings as they are OZ stamped.
Thanks JB, problem is track day is next Monday (Croft) which means I'd need to have then for Sat latest. OZ are notorious for taking forever for bit's'n'bobs.
 


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