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Old 04-06-2013, 02:06 PM   #1
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So I put up my new set of rims on and the front sits flush but the back sits tucked in. How big of a spacer do I need?
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What's the offset on the wheels?
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Maybe a 15
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What's the offset on the wheels?
The wheels are 18x8.5

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Place a level from the fender lip to the ground or tape a string with a small weight on it to the fender lip & measure the distance from the tire to the edge of the level(string).That will tell you how far to come out to be flush. I would take a 1/4 inch off that measurement & thats will give you the size of the spacer.
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Place a level from the fender lip to the ground or tape a string with a small weight on it to the fender lip & measure the distance from the tire to the edge of the level(string).That will tell you how far to come out to be flush. I would take a 1/4 inch off that measurement & thats will give you the size of the spacer.
Alright cool. My homeboy has some spacers he don't need and ill need to get some longer studs
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