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Old 07-19-2013, 01:06 PM   #1
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FS: Eibach Pro Spacer sets 20mm and 30mm

Selling my Eibach Pro Spacer sets since I bought new wheels recently. They are made of high quality anodized aluminum and bolt on to the factory lugs rather than extending them making for an easy installation. They make the stock wheels flush with the fenders giving the car a great look. These spacers are about 3-4 months old and aside from having some dirt on them they are good as new. They retail for roughly $150 a set but I am looking to get $100 OBO per set (i.e. $100 for the 20mm pair and $100 for the 30mm pair). I don't have any pictures of them on my car but I originally got the inspiration to do this from another thread with plenty of pictures which used the exact same spacers except that he used 25mm in the rear whereas I ran 30mm.

Original Inspiration: http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=27873
New Spacers: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/eib-904300304

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Where in ny are you located? Is it close to NYC?
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Babylon, NY on Long Island.
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I'm very interested in this, but I need some pictures of the thing you're selling to see the conduction on these spacers. Thanks
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I'm very interested in this, but I need some pictures of the thing you're selling to see the conduction on these spacers. Thanks
Here you go!
http://imgur.com/aElUkFd,Af8nMA1,r01...TNvS,jZV0Zxh#0
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