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Old 09-17-2011, 09:50 AM   #6211
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By spacers im guessing you mean for the wheels and ive considered it. Will the put stress on wheel berrings and make me regret it later on? As for the turbo im leaning more towards doing everything i can naturally asparated and if the temptation of power adders ever gets too strong ill probabaly stay true to saleen and play with nitrous
Yep without spaces the rim will create a wobble which adds vibration and thus kills the wheel bearing early in its life. In fact it could shimmy/loosen the lug nuts loose too.
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Old 09-17-2011, 11:29 AM   #6212
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Yep without spaces the rim will create a wobble which adds vibration and thus kills the wheel bearing early in its life. In fact it could shimmy/loosen the lug nuts loose too.
Did you mean WITH ?

Of course I agree with you if you gonna go and buy cheap spacers from autozone for $2,99 a piece. I had H&R spacers with longer bolts on my previous Audi A4 and for 8 months I never had a single issue. no wobbling or loose lug nuts.
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Old 09-17-2011, 10:37 PM   #6217
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Of course I agree with you if you gonna go and buy cheap spacers from autozone for $2,99 a piece. I had H&R spacers with longer bolts on my previous Audi A4 and for 8 months I never had a single issue. no wobbling or loose lug nuts.
Yep you want spacers. Without I am saying then it can lead to wobble killing wheel bearings or wrong angle for the tire and etc.
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Old 09-20-2011, 01:08 AM   #6218
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