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DAVID SCOTT.THEY don't work on an SX.Brake Calipers probably won't clear.
 

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Ive heard of them before. They are a generic brand mass produced and easy for wheel shops to get hold of. They are like Avanti and Speedy. They are based off a more expensive wheel but at lower price.

Knock-offs. If you dont care for names they do the job just as good as the brand name versions.
 

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They do look nice.
About not fitting - why wouldn't they fit? The check thingy says it also won't fit the EX or LX, so the larger brakes can't be why.
What is the stock offset and hub bore?

I bought a rim/tire package a few years ~9) ago on ebay. They were sold as a pull from a floor model car and the bore modified for my Fiero. Packaged in boxes and shipped along. Cost me alot though due to shipping costs and customs.
 

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They do look nice.
About not fitting - why wouldn't they fit? The check thingy says it also won't fit the EX or LX, so the larger brakes can't be why.
What is the stock offset and hub bore?
I don't mean to be stating the obvious, but we have 4 lug nuts.. not 5..
 

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Thought that might confuse people.

The rims the OP linked to are pre-drilled for 4x100 or 4x113 mm - hence the eight bolt holes.

I think the Rio uses 4x100.

I didn't understand yiannos18's comment about the 5 lug nuts.
 
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