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Offline andc1

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Re: wheel bolts
« Reply #10 on: 18 August 2009, 21:07 »
ok mate cheers

Offline Mikester

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Re: wheel bolts
« Reply #11 on: 18 August 2009, 22:01 »
Are they 20mm each side, or 20mm in total, eg 10 each side?

I think Venom say that anything 10mm a side or over they supply longer bolts.

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Re: wheel bolts
« Reply #12 on: 18 August 2009, 22:05 »
well ive lowered my anni 40mm but the back wheels seem tucked in, there 7j bbs anni wheels and just want em out a bit so what ya recon?


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Re: wheel bolts
« Reply #13 on: 18 August 2009, 22:11 »
Well spacers will sort that out.

Have you already bought the spacers? If so where from?

As most places give you the bolts if you need them.

Also if you have coilovers, take the front down about another 40mm :P haha

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Re: wheel bolts
« Reply #14 on: 18 August 2009, 22:13 »
halfords jobbies!!!! its how the car is parked!   

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Re: wheel bolts
« Reply #15 on: 18 August 2009, 22:22 »
its not how the car is parked, i can see arch gap! haha.

Ok... Euro car parts can probably supply the bolts not sure though. If not maybe speak to venom motorsport.

Are they 10mm each side, 20mm in total.

Or 20mm each side, 40mm in total.

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Re: wheel bolts
« Reply #16 on: 18 August 2009, 23:28 »
I will warn you now that Halfords spacers are not the best and can give vibration problems, much better to get the hubcentric ones.
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