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fun33r
17-02-08, 09:14 PM
Ok well after searching the internet i cant really seem to find any suppliers of 4 stud bolt on hud adapters im looking for 20-35 mm to space my wheels.. any places or suggestions ?? thanks :D

Keven
17-02-08, 09:25 PM
Just Jap

fun33r
17-02-08, 09:27 PM
really i was on just crap before.. ok ill check it thnx ;)

m0nty
17-02-08, 09:41 PM
35mm???? That's massive. I have 16mm Isotta spacers with longer studs. Any more than that puts far too much stress on your hub assembly.

fun33r
17-02-08, 09:47 PM
35mm???? That's massive. I have 16mm Isotta spacers with longer studs. Any more than that puts far too much stress on your hub assembly.

Fair point i think ill go 20mm or maybe 25mm, my wheels rnt very wide and have shit offset but new tires ( and they are cheap been 215's) so thats why.. i just think that 16mm or so wouldn't be enough..i do realize that it is all together 32mm however :neutral:

4agte
17-02-08, 10:28 PM
buy the correct wheels and save yourself an insurance/legality problem

Keven
17-02-08, 10:31 PM
buy the correct wheels and save yourself an insurance/legality problem

And wheel bearings.

I have to agree, although $100 now to make your wheels fill the guards better, I would save that $100, save a bit more and go visit Up Garage/Otomoto when you get a chance.

What car was this for anyways?

fun33r
18-02-08, 10:31 AM
Well im a noob when it comes to wheels spacers..

Yess i know i need to match prices at the moment ( sell my wheels for the same as the new ones i buy)

im always checking out wheels with tires but havent come across any nice completes, im sure i may be able to fing something on nissan silvia or something

oh and it's for a r33 skyline which is only third party insured ( i save my self the 6k or so )

dreams
18-02-08, 12:15 PM
if u cant find some locally, try www.wheelworx.com they make custom bolt ons to fit to requirement.

NVS180
18-02-08, 04:38 PM
Ebay - $250 delivered for 4 x 25mm spacers. check under (spacers 180sx), thats where i got mine and you have seen the results. wheel bearings still intack to.

NVS180
18-02-08, 04:39 PM
oh and you should use threadlocker when putting the wheel nuts on cause they tend to loosen a couple of times in the first week as the alloy adjust's.

fun33r
19-02-08, 10:39 AM
Thanks glen man ill check that out today, it looks like i will be keeping my car so this will be the first thing on my list. :)