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Hi all, could anyone tell me the hub bore size, i cant find it anywhere around on this forum or googling the world.

I did hear it may be 54.1mm but could anyone confirm this :)

Thanks

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You question is very weak!! Or my translation/ my english is not correct.

Hub?? wiper, engine, spring, wheel....

If Engine hub

you will find in your MANUAL the answer, if you want to know details from the "main" engine

You can buy the iQ with

Petrol 1KR-FE (Code-Name of the enige)

Petrol 1NR-FE

Diesel 1ND-TV

993 cm3 volume are from 71,0 mm diameter and a hub of 84 mm

1329 cm3 - 72,5 mm x 80,5 mm

1364 cm3 - 73,0 mm x 81,5 mm

German manual page 453; every owner has a copy

:doctor:

Hub bore size depending on the wheel / brake area? May be you ask for these elements/parts sizes?

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I'm not sur I understand what a "hub bore" is, but 54.1mm is the correct size of the hole in the center of the rims for IQ...

May it answer your demand... ;)

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@Salsadicto

This is correct for the front and the rear of our iQ(s)

It seems that Manton is looking for wheel spacers!

@Manton

Please make contact with professionals before you change / add wheelparts / rims ...

Some more data:

diameter 100 mm

with 4 holes (boltpattern)

Thread M12x1,5 and 14,2 mm

and now the NLB ===== 54,1 mm :robot:

and rear rim offset limit 30

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I'm not sur I understand what a "hub bore" is, but 54.1mm is the correct size of the hole in the center of the rims for IQ...

May it answer your demand... ;)

thanks sal lol. that was easier :)

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and rear rim offset limit 30

This part may be useful to me (never fully understood how offset works even with drawings LOL)

Do you mean the offset must be at least +30 or maximum +30 ?

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@salsadicto

The ET (rim offset limit) is a tricky thing, because the change of the track width (gauge) (DE= Spurweite, FR=écartement?) is linked with the ET of the rim. :hokus-pokus:

Changing the distance (of the middle of the wheels on an axis) (front or rear pair) is possible within 2% means max 30 mm (better every side half/half per side max 15 mm) ::: (not modified iQ front 1480mm / rear 1460mm)

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