Originally Posted by trinituner
I think i'm going to need to purchase some of these hubcentric rings so mu question is....Does brand or type (metal, ceramic) matter?
If you are talking about hubcentric RINGS that go into the center bore of wheel, I have had great success with plastic. I know a few people who had issues with aluminum.
If you are talking about hubcentric SPACERS, I have had nothing but success with my Akata spacers which are aluminum. Very solid and have lasted for thousands of miles with no problems. Prior to my new set of wheels, I ran 15mm front and 20mm rear Hubcentric bolt on spacers. The hubcentric spacers will have the proper 60.1mm hub bore lip (Lexus/Toyota) for the wheel to sit on and will accomodate a hubcentric ring in the wheel as well