Or you could knock the studs out of those spacers and fit longer studs to your hubs which would then pass through the spacer.put on some 15mm Squirrelly hubcentric spacers via Squirrelly Hubcentric Wheel Spacers Adapters 5x114.3 / 12x1.5 / 67.1mm Center Bore / 15mm Thick (4 Pack)
i have to cut the original studs down a bit maybe 4mm or so then i can get the wheel to sit flush against the hub.. currently resting on the old studs
i only work half a mile away so i dont have to worry too much about driving until i get it done
will get some pics once i shorten them down and have it sitting fine
thinking of using a hacksaw..
also got some cheap 1080p dash cam on group on (had a coupon), need a memory card for it lol
That's exactly what I did. I too got squirrelly spacers, but mine are 20mm. But they have possibly the worst brand name I've ever heard. Why would anyone want "squirrelly" wheel spacers. Just sounds dangerous haha.Or you could knock the studs out of those spacers and fit longer studs to your hubs which would then pass through the spacer.
Pics! And did you have to trim the lip on the sides?So ive shaved my oem studs down so that my wheel can align on the hub and it sits much more flush with the fender now
some rubbing when i hit bumps/potholes (hawaii has so many friggin potholes) but it looks great
lip was also mounted, looks MEANN