Hello Sr.Are you talking about shaving off 6mm from the wheel back pad?
You are saying wheel hub, but I think you mean wheel back pad...
Correct me if I'm wrong.
If I am, like others have said, I would not recommend shaving any material off of the wheel hub that is ON THE CAR.
However if you are talking about shaving off material from the back of the wheel that MEETS the hub on the car then that is something that can be done.
But I have no experience with that...
yes my friend i know that, but unfortunately the seller sold me the wrong one. and then, there is no possibility to send back the wheel and change to correct one.Just get proper fitting wheels?
OK my friend, really tks for your feedback !Ok yeah so I think we were all misunderstanding your question.
Yes, you CAN shave off material from the back of the wheel.
But again this is not something I have any experence with, but I know it can and has been done.
But still, the wheels as you have them right now, should work just fine.
It depends on how wide the wheel is. ET35 on a 9" wide wheel is different than ET35 on an 8" wide wheel. Your 8" wide wheel has more clearance, and should work on your car. Try it before you put the tires on - you can test the fit of the wheel.yes my friend i know that, but unfortunately the seller sold me the wrong one. and then, there is no possibility to send back the wheel and change to correct one.
I mean :
Wrong one = ET35
Correct one = ET 45 ~48
For that reason I believe if I gonna rework the hub wheels (removing - cut off 6mm of the material) my wrong wheels should be fit as wheels on my VW GOLF GTI mk7.