Here is the deal guys. I bought the wheel spacers and i try to fit them but i couldn't. Let see why:
There is no seller on ebay who sell the right size for this car. Most of them say the lug pattern is 4x144 and 66.1CB for Nissan Versa 2015, which we all know they are not. The right sizes for this car are 4x100 pattern and 59.1CB, or at least i thought so.
The problem is exactly this one, the Center Bore. Most websites say the Center Bore is 59.1 and even some rim sellers, others still say it a 66.1, but NOBODY said it could be a 60.1.
At first i understood only Toyotas had 60.1, because i couldn't find any official source from Nissan about this info, so i bought the 59.1 and it didn't fit for 1mm, which made me think about 60.1 again.
I did some more reserch about and i found some sellers on Amazon selling rims for Nissan Versa and Note and saying they have 60.1mm CB.
Knowing nobody sell the right size, my only option is make it work by myself.
Now, to solve this issue, my plan is:
- I have a wheel spacer with 59.1mm on the inside and 59.1 in the outside. My center bore adaptors are separated from the wheel spacer holes, so i can work just with the center bore without affect the other parts.
- I can sand with a 80 grit the inside until i get 60.1mm from that 59.1mm i had. It is just 1mm to sand in alluminum. The problem is, it will take a life, so what could be a best option to get this done faster and easier?
- With the inner part of the wheel spacer fitted, i need to handle the outer part. I will have a gap of 1mm between the center bore and the rim, which is 60.1mm. To fill this gap i could use and Center Bore Ring that convert 59.1 to 60.1, just to make sure it will make everything sit propperly.
OK, so the biggest problem still the inner part of the Center Bore, how can i get 1mm from this part in a good way? Any ideas?
Please guys, help me here and MAYBE my Versa will be the first versa in the forum to wear Wheel Spacers with 32mm thick.