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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-19-2014, 05:07 PM Thread Starter
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Wheel Spacers Back vs Front

Im Looking into buying some wheel spacers i just want a nice looking stance, the back tires are really bugging me how far under the wheel well they are, What size difference should i make the front vs the back. i understand im going to need a wheel spacer with the lip ive read that their better here on forums.
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Make sure to get wheel adapters and not spacers if you plan on pushing to tires out too far.

What wheels do you plan on running? Stock?




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As Eric said don't rely on just the studs, get the hub centric ones that retain a wheel centering ring on the hub and wheel side, longer studs will be needed more than likely. 15mm is a nice size. Anymore than that and the paint takes a beating

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Or new wheels wider and a different offset will kill two birds with one stone

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