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Help identify rims

Bought the car second hand a while back. It came with the winter rims. Got my rims swapped last year at Costco (warden). Now I noticed this year, that i’m missing the hub caps. Both Costco and the dealer said that they don’t know. I don’t think the rims are OEM. I Remember vaguely that they may be BSS, but cannot find a similar rims. Any help is much appreciated.
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Just take the rim off, the make/model is probably written somewhere on the inside.
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The rims are definitely not OEM, because they have two sets of lug patterns.

You should be able to pop in any center cap
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Traian2003 wrote: Bought the car second hand a while back. It came with the winter rims. Got my rims swapped last year at Costco (warden). Now I noticed this year, that i’m missing the hub caps. Both Costco and the dealer said that they don’t know. I don’t think the rims are OEM. I Remember vaguely that they may be BSS, but cannot find a similar rims. Any help is much appreciated.
RSSW rims from CT.
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AlicW93740 wrote: Just take the rim off, the make/model is probably written somewhere on the inside.
Tried, cannot find anything.
themagekiler wrote: The rims are definitely not OEM, because they have two sets of lug patterns.

You should be able to pop in any center cap
They seem to have a special shape, as it does not have a lip to hold the plastic anchors.
peteryorkuca wrote: RSSW rims from CT.
Looked thru their rims and none seem to have these rims.
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Looks like a knock off of the OZ Racing Ultraleggera's
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Found another pic but cannot make up the brand :(
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Thanks for the feedback. Neither one seems to be similar. Note how the hubcap covers the whole area including the lugs. Where all of these simply have a small hub cap covering the centre.
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There are a million replica cast wheel brands out there. Probably labelled on the back somewhere, or if they're extra crappy ones maybe not...
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It's not the same as the one I linked because you have the knockoff ones, but's its probably closest in spoke design.
As CoolDudeClan said....there are lots of lowkey replica ones and you'll be hard pressed to find the right ones
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Centre caps are not universal. As others have said, there should be identifying markings somewhere in the wheel that will give a start to the search for centre caps. If it is an old and discontinued aftermarket rim (which is likely), finding centre caps will be difficult. Still, it's worth the trouble to sleuth it.

Your tires, Toyo Observe G-02 plus haven't been made/sold in years. While you take off the wheel, check the date code which is undoubtedly on the inside sidewall. If your tires are over 6 years old, you should reconsider driving on them - especially if your vehicle is heavy.
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OP, Drag makes the closest looking wheel to yours
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BeaverLiquor wrote: Measure the centre bore, buy some blanks, and put whatever stickers you want on them.
He needs a center cap to cover the entire hole, lug nuts and all.
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Honestly OP I don't think it's worth the effort and $50 to find a set of center caps for unknown/replica wheels. Just run without them, it'll have surface rust but it'll be fine. If you need to have it because it needs to look good, consider replacing the entire set of wheels and tires and sell the old set for dirt cheap for like $100. People might still want a set of cheap alloys instead of steelies for winter tires.
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vkizzle wrote: He needs a center cap to cover the entire hole, lug nuts and all.
Maybe able to find on on eBay or one of the Chinese sites but more than likely the shops that sold those rims will not have spares for sale. Easiest is to just cover the centre and leave the rest.
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Close both but those Velocity’s are a 5 pair spoke whereas OP’s is a 6 pair.

Finding the covers for these after market alloys is rather difficult and if you special order they are quite expensive. But I agree with the OP, some kind of cover would improve the look.
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vkizzle wrote: He needs a center cap to cover the entire hole, lug nuts and all.
Good luck to him then because thats not how those rims work no matter how badly he wants it to.

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