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Oh... by the way they're 40mm on each corner.

I think the wheels were the wrong offset to begin with.

The front rubs slightly on bumps at about 50mph+ but nothing to worry about.



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Are they spacers or adapters? if they are spacers, how long are the studs you used?
 

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Cheers Kevin,

Roy:
They are spacers but they work like adapters... they bolt to the original studs and they have their own studs between the original ones. So there isn't one long stud from the hub to the wheel but two 'normal' length ones.
 

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Like this-

 

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How think are they? Are those 2 inch?
 

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Those are what I need where did you get those and how much where they?
 

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They are 40mm so 1.7 inches.

I had them specially made buy a guy that makes spacers for 4X4ers here in the UK.

I paid £150 for them.



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My bad...
4 Centimeters = 1.57480 Inches

You US guys need to catch up and go metric! :-D
 

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Thanks,

Yeah, there is a definite improvement in handling. It feels more stable on the road.
 

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love the 5 spoke design....seems a bit busy though. the spacing is awsome. I love that. :) good job.
 

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looks mint man!
 

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Yeah but he's all the way over here in the UK!
 
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