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ev3
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ev3 Aug 4, 11:39am - #240035 

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spacer concern

i was just told today that i will need to get Spacers if i widebody my car. i just want to know if there are any disadvantages of having Spacers and any safety issues that may come about if i use these Spacers (the car is daily-driven.) Thanks all.
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robare99 Aug 4, 11:47am - #240036 

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You could always get wider rims. 18X9 I think.
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qbanprepster21 Aug 4, 1:42pm - #240037 
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Just get Wider Rims (Deep Dish) with a smaller offset, dont get Spacers!!

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^^what they both said is the best option...get wider rims thumbsup
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Speed4TheNeed Aug 4, 4:31pm - #240039 

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^^ winder rims are $$ + tires for 18 X 9 run over $200 a pop--which is the main reason Spacers exist in the first place.

there's really not a big problem with Spacers as far as reliability is concerned provided you don't space out over 1 inch...the more you start spacing the less reliable it will be (although you still shouldnt have any problems with them). thumbsup
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