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Old 03-12-2013, 05:18 PM   #1
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Wheel Spacers

Just ordered 1.5in spacers. Was wondering if anyone had pics of there car with 18x9 with 1.5 spacers. I want to see how it's going to look. Thanks.
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I dont have pics but i had 1.5" spacers... looked flush with rear fender, not all tucked in. It just sucked when i lowered my car. A few bumps and dips from the road going into an inclined driveway.. id have to roll the fenders or take off the spacers. I noticed a few scrapes and gouges in my tires, so i took the spacers off.
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Damn. That's what I was afraid of. Because I'm lowered 2ins. I'll see where it's sitting. I don't normally drive on ****ty roads. I'm running 245s though.
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I had 275's. You might have to roll the fenders if you go wider
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I'm just doing this until I can pick up some 18x10 rears and I'll put 285s or 295s on them.
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Old 03-12-2013, 08:59 PM   #6
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Those spacers should fill up the wheel well quite nicely. The rear quarters on the NE's are so wide that spacers are almost needed IMO
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