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12-07-2012 10:01 PM
ChrisRobin Hmmm... never thought of that. Wouldn't be all that hard to have someone make either.
12-07-2012 09:43 PM
Blue5ive Fyi H&R and eibach have wheel spacers from at least 5mm-30mm. Just takes looking. Also if anyone is going to use 10mm or 20mm in the rear then id get he pumaspeed kit. The spacer in the puma kit mounts between the spindle and the trailing arm which is much safer and will not cause your wheel bearings to wear out prematurely. Cost abit more and requires more effort to install but its worth it imo.
12-07-2012 08:38 PM
ChrisRobin
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Love the avatar by the way... Check if your $hitter was full anytime recently?

Post some pics if you end up getting some man! I'm gonna get spacers for mine at some point, just don't know when. I've been thinking about 15's, i really wanna widen it out.

Oh, and check out the Pacific Northwest forum sometime! We have some pretty big get togethers that we've had a few canucks come down for, we're always looking for more brethren from north of the border!
Good stuff, I'll look into that!

Yeah and spacers are off of list of things to get. I 'might' be able to get away with 5mm spacers in rear but that's about it. With initial heights of 24" in front and 24.25" in rear, I was rubbing. The fronts were rubbing where the upper corner of the bumper meets the corner of the fender. The rear was rubbing slightly on the corner where the bumper meets the fender as well, and also on the inside edge of the fender where I rolled . I guess I need to roll it more even though it's a tough area to stretch out being a 5-door.

Today I sanded/dremeled those down to make more clearance. I also raised the fronts by a 0.25" and the rear by about 0.50". We'll see how that goes.
12-04-2012 03:20 PM
thenorm
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What material are wheel spacers usually made out of? Aluminum?
6061-T6 aluminum.
or if you have more $$, u can get 7075-T6 aluminum
12-02-2012 08:22 PM
ChrisRobin Well based on the fact that 18x7.5 with 35et and with 205/40/18 tires is a tight enough fit, 10mm might be out. Might have to settle with 5mm front and rear
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12-02-2012 07:57 PM
rambleon84
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What material are wheel spacers usually made out of? Aluminum?
The H&R's are made out of a proprietary aluminum/magnesium alloy...zee Germans say they are light and strong
12-02-2012 07:23 PM
Ox-y-GenIII What material are wheel spacers usually made out of? Aluminum?
11-30-2012 04:13 PM
thenorm sometimes for hte ebay stores, just email them, they'll custom make the spacers u need.
11-30-2012 01:09 PM
matmatician Love the avatar by the way... Check if your $hitter was full anytime recently?

Post some pics if you end up getting some man! I'm gonna get spacers for mine at some point, just don't know when. I've been thinking about 15's, i really wanna widen it out.

Oh, and check out the Pacific Northwest forum sometime! We have some pretty big get togethers that we've had a few canucks come down for, we're always looking for more brethren from north of the border!
11-30-2012 12:27 PM
ChrisRobin Ok thanks guys... I'll check it out.

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