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Conversation Between 93blackcb7 and Rayz92
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  1. 93blackcb7
    09-29-2011 08:10 PM
    if you got bigger spacers it may rub the outside more as well how low are you dropped?
  2. Rayz92
    09-28-2011 10:23 PM
    Nice I just ordered Arp extended studs and project kics 10 mm spacers I switched to my prelude saeblade and they rub the inner wheel well a lot hopefully this will fix it.
  3. 93blackcb7
    09-28-2011 09:39 PM
    i just got the 5mm ones from a local auto store you might want to get like 6 or 7 cause the wheel looks reallty close to the caliper and it also might wear over time i might get 6 or 7 as well
  4. Rayz92
    09-27-2011 11:29 PM
    No doubt. Dodged a bullet there. One more question does it matter what kind of spacers you use? Do they have to be hubcentric?
  5. 93blackcb7
    09-27-2011 10:47 PM
    not hard you can keep the hub on the car on the front there is a slot behind the caliper so you can just hit them out from behind then get a old lug nut and a some kind of washer then put greese on new stud and put in slot and tighten it till its all the way through
  6. Rayz92
    09-27-2011 09:52 PM
    Hey watsup how hard was it to install the extended studs?

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