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Hi iv had my civic type s a few weeks now and have been looking into spacing out my wheels. just have a few questions to anyone who may have done this.
how many mm spacer is the best to make a visual difference but not cause any probs?
if I put a spacer on a standard hub is there still going to be enough thread for the nuts to go on a safe amount?
Also can anyone recommend a brand of spacer and any suppliers?

Thanks guys, any info would b a great help
 

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eibach 15mm no longer studs required you will see why when you look at them. you could also put lower offset wheels on to achieve the same look
Thats great thanks for the info. im guessing the studs are pretty long already then yeah?:confused:
 

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the spacers have studs built in, so you bolt the spacer to the hub then the wheel to the spacer using the nuts that come in the kit,

Contact Steven at Grinspeed, he supplys the eibachs, you need 2 kits though as they come in pairs if you are doing all the wheels
 

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the spacers have studs built in, so you bolt the spacer to the hub then the wheel to the spacer using the nuts that come in the kit,

Contact Steven at Grinspeed, he supplys the eibachs, you need 2 kits though as they come in pairs if you are doing all the wheels

Oh ok, different to what i expected. Yeah il contact him. Thanks for the info mate.


If anyone has pictures of these or there civic with before and after spacers, would be great to see and much appreciated. Thanks =)
 

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:eek: Thanks for the pictures stoney. A great help. Car looks really nice and it definetly makes a big difference doesnt it. Mmm think il have to get those and some lowering springs to give it the nice stance. How much is yours lowered by? and do you get any rubbing or problems. Thanks
 

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And yes it does make a huge difference, the std ride is very harsh imo, the Eibachs soak it up and allow for faster more progressive progress imo :)
 

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lol worth every noise i bet lol. Thanks again i will be checking these out and hopefully in the near future my CTS will have as nice a stance as yours lol :)
 
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