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Bought a pair of the 3mm spacers from Europe you will see on ebay if you do a RRS search. They fit right where the wheel would start on the hub. The centering portion of the hub is long enough that it still centers the wheel. Makes the rear track a little less tucked-in looking. I'm happy. Comments?
 

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Interesting. I've been wanting to do the same thing except I thought I read, that 5mm spacers was the way to go with our rigs, i don't know the offset on your wheels but on OEM, 3mm wouldn't be enough to show a difference.
I assume you didn't have to get new lugs or anything, right?

Rafa
 

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Interesting. I've been wanting to do the same thing except I thought I read, that 5mm spacers was the way to go with our rigs, i don't know the offset on your wheels but on OEM, 3mm wouldn't be enough to show a difference.
I assume you didn't have to get new lugs or anything, right?

Rafa
No changes other than adding the spacers...the "just bolt in-between" feature is why I went with these...I took the safe, easy route :neutral:.
 
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