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About audren

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  1. Hi there. I have cracked & bent rims on my 1989 Mitsubishi Lancer GLX and upon installing new ones I hit a speedbump. There is some kind of plate attached by bolts between the brake rotor and the rim and I noticed that the previous owner drilled holes in the rim itself to cater for the bolts' heads sticking out. Any idea what this is and if it can be removed? I don't want to drill into a brand new rim. Thanks Photo: Regards Audren
  2. Hey there, I am having some trouble installing an aftermarket rim I bought for my 1990 Mitsubishi Lancer GLX. I went to the shop and chose the rim. However when they were installing it they told me that the rim collides with 4 bolts that are into the car's hub, hence the new rim is not flushed with the hub. Moreover, upon inspection of the old rims, I saw that there were holes drilled because of this. This can't be stock right? Is it a spacer? It's my first car by the way. Here's the picture of the hub, you can see all 4 bolts that prevent the rim from being flushed with the hub. Thank you for your help.