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      12-27-2012, 01:00 PM   #1
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What spacers with OEM wheels

What would be the recommended spacers to push OEM wheels to the outer corners, nice and flush.

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      12-27-2012, 04:21 PM   #2
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Did some searching.

Looks like 15's all around may be OK but could get some rubbing.
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      12-27-2012, 04:28 PM   #3
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I think I used 12.5 with OE.
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Depends on tires. With 235/265 Dunlops the fronts were good however I had slight rub on the rears with 12.5mm. I was lowered ~ 1/2". With OE tires they are fine. Punko I have 4 - 12.5mm Turner spacers if you want to try them?
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For front, rule of thumb is to avoid 10mm spacers since hub lips vary. If it were me, I'd go 5 or smaller, or 12 or bigger on the fronts to avoid any issues. For the rears, any size works

15's would be flush to slight poke. 12's on all 4 corners should be flush without too much risk of curbing. Either way, make sure to get longer bolts.
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      12-28-2012, 06:19 PM   #6
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I am running 12.5 in the front with the OE sizes. You are welcome to try the set I have on too if we meet up. I have more (less, i dont know) camber. On sharp bumps I rub a little bit. Then again I am lowered slightly as well.

If you want a set of 12.5mm I have brand new from Turner I haven't opened and not sure if I will use. Caddy looks like he has a few sets kicking around too. lol



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Do the spacers affect handling or additional stress on the wheel studs. I considered putting the tires "out there" a bit , however with the shit on the roads these days all I would end up doing is sand blasting my paint
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Do the spacers affect handling or additional stress on the wheel studs. I considered putting the tires "out there" a bit , however with the shit on the roads these days all I would end up doing is sand blasting my paint
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I did 10/15's, no issues and fills nicely w/235-40/18 and 265-35/18..
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