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Hello all, probably an odd first post by a miata newbie, but I have a question.

I'm picking up my 1994 Miata on Wednesday this week, and the 1st order of business is to get rid of the horrendous wheels he put on this car.

Will the Advan RG2 wheels fit on the miata? The bolt pattern is cool and the +38 offset should work out (at least for now until the coilovers show up). I'm more concerned about the hub size. Will I need hub-centric rings, or is this wheel lug-centric? Thanks
 

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They'll work perfect! Depending on the size tire you use; you may have to roll the fenders or add some negative camber for clearance. You may want to add hub centric rings due to the fact the RGII and most other tuner wheels carry at 73mm bore and the miata hub bore is much smaller. However, the miata's not very picky on wheels and vibrations. Hub/Lug centric is very important on german cars that use bolts instead of lugs. Good tires always balance out better as well. Have em' Road Forced thats the only way to go.

Good luck with the wheels wish i had the 400bux ea to buy them as well.
 

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thanks for the help! I will definately go for the hub rings, just to be safe! thanks again.
 

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Don't worry about the hubcentric rings. They are not usually necessary on a Miata so long as the wheels employ your typical conical/tapered seat for the lug nuts.
 

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