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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 18th April 2013, 14:08 Thread Starter
 
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Wheel spacers/adapters

So when lowering the car I'd like to apply spacers/adapters to get the wheels flush with the fenders.

Will these fit or am I missing something?

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Those wont fit as those are for 4 stud the 9th gen has 5 stud pattern not sure if the eibach hub centric ones would fit the car?
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Those wont fit as those are for 4 stud the 9th gen has 5 stud pattern not sure if the eibach hub centric ones would fit the car?
Oh lol I missed something then
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Seems like the center hub matters too just like on the wheels
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Yes but imo too expensive for a pair. So the hub is 64.1 then..
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HUB CENTRIC 15MM WHEEL ADAPTERS 5X114.3 CB 64.1MM 12X1.5 EXTEND STUDS | eBay

Still expensive with the shipping but seems to be around that price.
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Yes but imo too expensive for a pair
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Last one I posted seems popular in the states and looks more solid then that broken thing you linked.
However I might skip it all together, atleast to begin with. Safety first as mentioned when it comes to these sort of things.
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I was looking at my car today thinking of how much gap there is to the fender line from the tyre.
Front looks ok but its the rear that has the largest horizontal distance.
Wont it look best to only put spacers in the rear? And what impact would that make on handling/stability, if any?
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