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Old February 26th, 2004, 07:27 PM   #1
 
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Wheel Spacers (hub adaptors)

welll i got my hub adatpor for sale...these are wheel spacers...custom made CNC metal hub adators...they are 5mm and will fit perfectly into your accord rotors (and probley other cars). these will make the offset of your wheel lower...expample: if i had a 51offset rim and added this 5mm spacer. my new rim offset will be 46...44ofset rims, the new offset will be 39, get it? will work great for clearing big brake kits, lowing offsets, making ur wheels stick out more? etc....bolt pattern is 5x114 (probley others, but dont know what the other holes are for what pattern)...asking $70.00+shipping for both spacers. remember these are custom made CNC metal hub adaptors, ALOT more reliable then the H&R's, or ceramic type rim shops provide.





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Old February 27th, 2004, 10:52 AM   #2
 
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How close to San Diego are you?
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probley like and hour and a half to 2 hours away.
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Old February 27th, 2004, 03:56 PM   #4
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CNC metal hub adaptors, ALOT more reliable then the H&R's-

Do they have a website where I can look them up?
I am interested, but I want to know why these are better
than the H&R's first...
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Old February 27th, 2004, 05:59 PM   #5
 
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CNC isnt a company its a method to describe how they fabricate somthing metal from a whole? in MY openion i would consider these more realible then the H&R's because they were basicly "Custom" made to fit perfectly into the Accord rotor and rim hub. I personaly went down to a rim shop and had them measure the accord hub and rim center so there will be a ABSOLUTE perfect fit...i had to wait about a week for them to finish making this hub adaptor. when i got it, it was completly flush when mounted...no shaking, not even slightly loose (basicly OEM qulaity = perfect fitment) you can even see from tha pics above they are completly center when mounted. dont get me wrong, H&R is a good company, and i could of easly just bought one of there spacers. but i figure ill rather have these made because then ill know its a absolute perfect fitment for the car/rim.
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They were made so he could have the clearing for his Rotora front BBK..
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Old March 12th, 2004, 02:17 AM   #10
 
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hey mqike i was wondering if i had an offset of 35 and i wanted to make it 40 could i use these spacers? you said it would downgrade sizes but will it upgrade too?
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Old March 12th, 2004, 09:34 AM   #11
 
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nope it would change tha offset to a 30. the only way to change ur rim to a 40offset is to shave 5mm of it off =p
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theres a way i can add on 5mm right?
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