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Old 21-Aug-2012, 09:54 PM
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Dave can you give me a price on Hubcentric spacers and bolts.Looking for 5-8mm approx.

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AFAIK the minimum hub centric size for the e46 will be 10mm
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AFAIK the minimum hub centric size for the e46 will be 10mm
Was just out trying to get an idea what room i have to work with and i could possibly work with 10mm but it will be tight..

Are non hubcentric a no no? Ive never had to use spacers on any of my cars so not up to date on them.
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You can have hubcentric 7mm or less too, when fitted there is enough of the cars own hub exposed to centre the wheel.
I got some on the 'bay a few years ago with the correct e46 centre bore for very little money, no problems mounting wheel centrally.
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Dave can you give me a price on Hubcentric spacers and bolts.Looking for 5-8mm approx.

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Sure, leave it with me.
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I think i might be able to squeez 10mm on Dave if you can even get me them..Cash waiting
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