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Old 11-05-2003, 08:05 PM   #1
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put the widebody kit on and wheels are awy under the car now!

what do i do to get them back out? can i just get a wider wheel? i don't really want wheel spacers but that is all i can think of.


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H&R springs sells wheel spacers. You just have to get them from one of their US distributors.

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I think wheel spacers are your only option. Post some pics when you get a chance, here's a link to get you started. Good luck!

http://www.livermoreperformance.com/...20Spacers.html
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what about going to a 5 lug conversion and using mustang wheels? what all wouyld be involved in that?
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you will need something similar to the spacer...
i have heard thet is not worth it !

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You could get wheels in a different offset
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I'd see if a different offset helps first....get some "deep dish" and see what it looks like.
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