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H&R Trak+ 10mm (20mm Per Axle) Hubcentric Wheel Spacers & Bolts PCD 5/112

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    [Dec 14, 2009]
    Hi Damian

    Does this set include 4 or 5 bolts?

    Thanks
    Scott
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    [Dec 15, 2009]
    Hi Scott,

    It includes 10 bolts.

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    Hi Damian

    That's what I meant ;)

    Will be ordering in a sec.

    Thanks
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    Thanks Scott!

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    [Dec 16, 2009]
    They've arrived, thanks Damian A+
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    No problem Scott, thanks again for the order.

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    [Dec 18, 2009]
    Hi Damian

    Cheers for the advice earlier on the phone. I used a long screwdriver to get it off, gave the hub a clean, repeated this a few times and finally went on OK.

    Had the fronts fitted aswell when I took the car in to have the coilovers adjusted, since they had the wheel off anyway. It's all good.

    Do you know which locking wheel nuts are suitable with the bolts you provided, as I'm under the impression if the locking nut is longer/shorter or different weight, it can send the balancing out and cause vibrations. Not sure in the truth in this?

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    No problem, glad you got them on.

    Yeah that's right. On the front you have 14x1.5x37mm and on the rear you have 14x1.5x40mm. You should be able to get them direct from McGard.

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