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Just tought I would post this, I just bought some new Konig rims and when I was putting them on, I had a problem there is 2 screws that were in the way of the wheel sitting flush against the hub, so We took a file and filed it down just a smidge and it went on perfect.

Just thought i would post it because I saw someone with the same problem in one of these forums before.

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You can remove those 2 screws. They hold the rotor in place when the wheel is not there. This means you have NON-captive rotors.

if you have 4 bolts there, they cannot be removed. The wheels must be machined to accomidate those 4 bolts. This means you have CAPTIVE rotors.

Leave it to Random to Needlessly complicate things.
 

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I had the same problem with my R3 Focals on my sonata, but i just took off the 2 screws and put the rims on. It holds it in place and hasn't gave me any problems in about a year that i've had them on.<img src=icon_smile_cool.gif border=0 align=middle>
 
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