Review eBay Spacers $65 Shipped!!

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Re: Review eBay Spacers $65 Shipped!!

Postby Hotrodhendrix » Thu Nov 08, 2012 6:50 pm

Dang thats a giant spacer for the front? You sure the wheel will sit flush?
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Re: Review eBay Spacers $65 Shipped!!

Postby CMS-GT4 » Sun Nov 11, 2012 12:27 am

It will actually be a few mm more inboard than my 9" wheels. It will be flush though, adding a spacer to the rear so its flush as well. Getting a custom one made to convert the rear to 5x114 so I can be ready for my future wheels, whenever that is.
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Re: Review eBay Spacers $65 Shipped!!

Postby FabZ » Mon Dec 10, 2012 1:13 pm

i've been running these spacers for all summer and had no issues yet, i tried them on my beater first just to test them since i didnt want them to fail on me with my RC and with positive results i decided to fit them on my RC. 25mm front 38mm up rear on OEM OZ wheels, 16x7 +45 offset if i'm right. everything sits nicely and i didnt need to roll anything. but i'll probably remove them when i'll be tracking the car.. i dont want them to fail on me and also. spacers that thick are hard on the bearings so since i'll be running semi-slicks probably, i'll just remove them when going on the track.

i definitely recommend them! even if the precision isnt as high as on my sister's H&R them still do a proper job!
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