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    2.8 liters of pure power! jasond's Avatar
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    Custom Cut Wheel Spacers

    I can't seem to find any 1/2" spacers that I like. Most of them are of a unilug design, that fit more than one pattern. I found a local machine shop that can cut some on a water jet for me. For a set of 4, I'm looking at $130 for steel or $140 for aluminum. What are your guy's opinions?

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    Registered User dragnblazer's Avatar
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    it says they have spacers. give them call tommorrow
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    $140 for a set of 4 aluminum is a good price. I am looking at getting a set of 4 aluminum at 1.5" and they are going to run me closer to $200.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragnblazer View Post

    Awesome link man! I'm glad I came across this. They have the spacers I need for $124.50 for 4!!

    Also, if you use this coupon code FRMEMBER you wil get a 5% discount
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    Thanks for the link, but I'm just looking for a spacer that slides over the existing studs.

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    Registered User dragnblazer's Avatar
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    on the site it says adapters and spacers. i dont see any spacers but like i said call them. they should have what you need. just not posted on the site.
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    That site does list spacers. They are the ones that are bolt pattern 5x4.75 to 5x4.75. You don't want to use a 1/2" spacer that just slides over the existing studs b/c you won't have enough stud for your lugs to tighten down.
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    Registered User dragnblazer's Avatar
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    so he needs an adapter
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    No, I will be using longer studs. Dorman part# 610-323

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragnblazer View Post
    i came across this link a while back a friend of mine had bought them to put these wheels on his c10


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    Quote Originally Posted by gaush007 View Post
    Hey you are right my friend the link helped me a lot. Waiting for such good links which can help me with my vehicle tires and rims.
    Ban this clown already.

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    not sure

    i have a 00 s10 blaz and i have a set of 20s with 245 40 20 99y and i hear that the back axle is 3" shorter im going to add spaceing to both the front and rear. should i put 3 in the rear and less in the front ?

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