Not certain about the rings, but if your tires are (supposedly) perfectly balanced, just try installing them with a floor jack underneath. Taking the weight off the studs when you tighten the lug nuts is all the rings will accomplish. Once the nuts ate tightened, the rings take no force - they just allow the wheel to get bolted up with its weight not on the studs. Since they only deflect a couple of thousandths of an inch at most, this might solve it for you.
Or it can prove your tires are not perfectly balanced and your tire place is just guessing when they tell you it's the loose centerbore at fault. What's your history of fixing this been so far?
nothing really, when they tightened them 1 guy held the tire up so there was no weight on the studs while the other tightened. i checked and no weights came off. belle tire did the mounting and balancing.
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