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Enough is enough sponsor or no, reported as spam, suggest others do the same.

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Guys, I've seen these in person and they're amazingly well built and engineered. Even better than H&R's spacers as these are anodized black.

I'm working with GarageLine on another project and the attention to detail and engineering is tops.
 

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Spacers are back in stock!
If you plan to use the 15mm in the rear you will need to trim the stock wheel studs. The factory studs are longer than the thickness of the wheel spacers. Which is why you will need to trim them. Alternative solution is to use 15mm in the front and 20mm in the rear.
 

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Spacers are back in stock!
If you plan to use the 15mm in the rear you will need to trim the stock wheel studs. The factory studs are longer than the thickness of the wheel spacers. Which is why you will need to trim them. Alternative solution is to use 15mm in the front and 20mm in the rear.
Are the 20mm safe(no rubing) to use with OEM wheels in the rear?


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