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      12-29-2014, 02:21 PM   #1
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what spacer kit ???

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I have just fitted the eibach pro spring kit and i am now ready to space the wheels to their max without causing clearance issues.

Which hubcentric kits are more preferred considering i will be doing occasional trackdays, the ones like h&rs which bolt to the hub and have their own set of studs located in the back of the spacer ? or the ones like the bms ones that just come with a longer factory style bolt.

in my opinion the best option would be to buy a separate proper stud conversion kit where you wind studs into the oe holes in the hubs and then just install a standard hubcentric spacer, not the h&r style!
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      12-29-2014, 02:28 PM   #2
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