Discount tire has both.
I thought that JRemember, and if I recall correctly, JSport wheels have the correct bore size. The "same" KMC wheel bought at Discount Tire, for example, will not have the correct bore size. You'll need to keep a spacer ring with the wheel so that if or when you need it you'll be sitting correctly on the hub.
By actual # you mean the one without needing spacers, correct?I got my kmc off Amazon from a seller called wheel pros and they had the cheapest price and shipped out that day. You just need to get on KMC's website and get the actual product number and match them up.
The jsport version has the hub rings for hondas built in whereas the generic kmc has the plastic rings. It doesnt make a huge difference. So no you should not have the little plastic rings in there.This is so confusing. I have KMC wheels - from JSPort - do they really have a special build for them? I am pretty sure I do not have any spacers installed, they promised that was not needed. How can I check if I do or not? I keep emailing them to get another wheel but they just are not being very helpful, often not responding to emails.
Yes, they were made by KMC specifically for JSport so they could have the OEM bore size.I have KMC wheels - from JSPort - do they really have a special build for them?
Is JSport even still selling those wheels? I cannot find them on their website.I keep emailing them to get another wheel but they just are not being very helpful, often not responding to emails.
They were part of the 'kit' but maybe due to supply problems they have stopped selling them.Is JSport even still selling those wheels? I cannot find them on their website.