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15mm Wheel Spacers fitted (with pics)

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by Allen, Sep 20, 2010.

  1. Allen

    Allen Member

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    Not really to show off the look. More just for a reference for people to see the difference

    Will take some better pics on weekend though to show them off with my new tints :eyebrows:

    There is one BIG problem with them though.... I now want coilovers to finish it off...

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  3. Leaky Lloyd

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    do they cause any stearing wobble at speed ?
    WOULDN'T MIND SOME MYSELF,, MAYBE 10MM THOUGH COS MINE ARE QUITE WIDE ANYWAY!
     
  4. Allen

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    Not sure yet. Will find out tomorrow I guess.

    I was worried after I ordered the 15mm that they'd be to much but think its spot TBH
     
  5. Broken Byzan

    Broken Byzan Photographic Moderator
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    15mm will be hubcentric so shoudlnt be any worse than a normal wheel/hub for vibration.

    I have some 15mm here for mine to clear the brakes, just gotta get around to it,lol
     
  6. CMD

    CMD Pointing Forward's!!!!!!!!!

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    Allen great stuff .If you lower the car in the future the stance will look 10x better.
     
  7. J7USS

    J7USS Shuddup Foooool!!

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    ^^ x2
     
  8. Widemonkeys

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    Where did you get the spacers from?
     
  9. Allen

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  10. CMD

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    Widemonkeys Send Phil a message through ebay asking for discount as a ASN member, he might sort you out as he is also a member.
     
  11. Widemonkeys

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    Are they easy to fit.
     
  12. Shane-Ireland

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    remove your wheel place spacer on hub,replace wheel - the wheel alignment tool in the tool kit really helps line the wheel up to the spacer and hold the spacer on the hub while doing so.
     
  13. mattyboyc

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    Keep an eye out for the increased number of stone chips to the lower front doors and the rear valanve,i have noticed some on my doors and i only have 5mm on the front and going to put 10mm on the rear,i also have mud gaurds:mad:
     
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