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Old 05-10-2016, 04:51 PM   #1
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Brand spankin newbie...love this site....I'm 2 weeks into a black gt/cs..(love it) and was wondering about 1" hubcentric spacers all around...has stock 19" rims and is not lowered...not a track car, just looking to fatten her up a bit! Wondered if a 1" spacer will require studs to be cut or should i be ok with the stock rims? I will not modify or cut the studs and heard the back of the stock rim have "cutouts" that will let 1" spacer sit flush without triming the studs..any help would be appreciated!
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Brand spankin newbie...love this site....I'm 2 weeks into a black gt/cs..(love it) and was wondering about 1" hubcentric spacers all around...has stock 19" rims and is not lowered...not a track car, just looking to fatten her up a bit! Wondered if a 1" spacer will require studs to be cut or should i be ok with the stock rims? I will not modify or cut the studs and heard the back of the stock rim have "cutouts" that will let 1" spacer sit flush without triming the studs..any help would be appreciated!
Sounds like you need to check your rims to see if they do or do not have the cutouts to allow the existing studs not to be cut.
I believe the spacer manufacturers recommend that you don't use any spacer thicker then 1/4" on the front.
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Thank you for input...going to take a wheel off this weekend and check for the "cutouts" before i order spacers...also would like the rear end a little fatter than the front...maybe 1" in rear, 1/4" in front...nothing crazy, just like to fill the wheel well a little bit, without spending a few grand on tires/wheels just yet...(; Thx again...i will post a pic of my new addition once i figure out how to do it!!!
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