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Old 07-12-2019, 01:21 PM   #127
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I found out that the older FRS/BRZ OEM wheel has deeper packets than the newer 2017+ OEM Premium wheel.

Pic of the 25mm spacer with replacement 17mm lugs.





Older FRS/BRZ wheel. Narrower but has more depth for thin spacers.


2017+ OEM wheel. Less depth but not so narrow.
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Old 07-14-2019, 02:52 AM   #128
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I have 20f 25r

I would have probably preferred 15/20 but my spacers came as a set so I went with these..
I believe the reason you'd want narrower spacers for PP wheels is they are 0.5" wider than non-PP with the same offset, which means they poke 6mm more
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Old 07-21-2019, 09:08 PM   #129
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I ran 32mm spacers front and rear for about a year. No issues, and I definitely don't drive timidly. As long as you use quality hubcentric spacers and torque them to spec you should be fine. If you go this route, it will rub on the rear bumper tab. Also, I'm lowered like 2.25"-2.5" on coilovers.


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Old 11-25-2019, 06:49 PM   #130
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What's the consensus on eBay spacers? Are they any good or total crap? Talking about the bolt-on hub-centric type, not slip-on.
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What's the consensus on eBay spacers? Are they any good or total crap? Talking about the bolt-on hub-centric type, not slip-on.

I'd like to know this as well. The Blox spacers on ebay look decent. I read some reviews on the Tesla forum that said they were fine.
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What's the consensus on eBay spacers? Are they any good or total crap? Talking about the bolt-on hub-centric type, not slip-on.
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I'd like to know this as well. The Blox spacers on ebay look decent. I read some reviews on the Tesla forum that said they were fine.
There are 2 school s of thought.

1. Its a hunk of metal, and some studs, what could go wrong.
2. Cheap spacers are made with cheap materials, and they are the only thing holding your wheels on.
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One thing I've noticed on the cheap spacers is they use 10.9 grade studs. Seem like the higher end ones all use 12.9 grade studs. Not sure how much of a difference that makes.
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What's the consensus on eBay spacers? Are they any good or total crap? Talking about the bolt-on hub-centric type, not slip-on.
Get decent kit!! Don't waste money on junk, junk that could put you, your passengers and road users lives at risk!! Not worth considering!
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I have 20f 25r

I would have probably preferred 15/20 but my spacers came as a set so I went with these..
Looks fantastic. What are you lowered on? This is the exact look Iím seeking for my PP BRZ.
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Looks fantastic. What are you lowered on? This is the exact look Iím seeking for my PP BRZ.
I am lowered on TRD Springs ďeibach pro kitĒ
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