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Old 01-18-2015, 10:54 AM   #1
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After some advice I just bought a st 170 after wanting one for ages. I was wondering what size wheel spacers can I put on without having to do any mods? In time I want some 18" wheels on it and I was going to lower it. At the moment I have standard st 17" rims. Also is the ride height in the rs different to the St if so by how much. Cheers


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Generally, 5mm spacers are acceptable without having to get longer wheel studs. Anything larger and you will want to have longer studs to be safe.
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