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Which wheel spacers??

Looking to get 20-25mm spacers on the rear wheels but not sure where to find reliable and perfect fitment for our cars! I have seen some on ebay but do not know if they are trustworthy, and I have also seen these H&R spacers #5035652, which are Volvo spec but look very close to our cars which are 5x108 with 63.4 bore and 14x1.5 studs. Most spacers I see are 12x1.5 studs, would those still fit and be secure as well? Thanks!!!
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post #2 of 15 Old 02-09-2019, 09:26 PM
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I have purchased a total of 7 different sets from Lenny @ Motosports. The Last 3 sets, all for the F-pace for summer and winter rubber fit perfectly. Nothing exceptional, but not Ebay. They're just Billet grade aluminum with appropriate steel studs. I have found the best with your standard (anything that comes stock) on the F-pace 45 offset is 20mm in front and 25mm in back, obviously hubcentric.
I would mention that the last set I had on the front, before this, a single stud broke, for no apparent reason. Now, Lenny warrantied it and sent me another after I called and sent him pictures etc.

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Looking to get 20-25mm spacers on the rear wheels but not sure where to find reliable and perfect fitment for our cars! I have seen some on ebay but do not know if they are trustworthy, and I have also seen these H&R spacers #5035652, which are Volvo spec but look very close to our cars which are 5x108 with 63.4 bore and 14x1.5 studs. Most spacers I see are 12x1.5 studs, would those still fit and be secure as well? Thanks!!!

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Here is a 3rd vote for Lenny Stahl, I have F-Pace spacers from him in Black anodized for my winter setup with the stock Double Helix 22s. I've mentioned this in a couple previous threads on this subject. The spacers still look like new and they have over 20k miles on them.

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spacers

Took your advice. Called and ordered my spacers from Lenny Stahl. He was great and said I needed to order the wheel and hub centric spacers. I put the 25mm on front and back. What a difference I love them. I am planning on putting a little wider tire on the back ,at least, whenever the ones I have now wear out. I have the 22x9 Axe EX 20 wheel with a 265/40R tire and no rubbing with new spacer. Click image for larger version

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They look great. What brand wheels are they? I like the two toned look!

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Hi They are Axe brand the EX20 satin brushed barrel for the color.
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I have the same spacer setup on my BRG. Love it. I have never been one for all dark vehicles that have no accents. I do love mine, but I really like those accents of brushed aluminum on yours. I've done alot of painting on mine and was really torn on whether to go with the brushed look or just black. Looks awesome either way.

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Thanks. This is our second BRG F pace. Our first one a 2017 had a black pack(all black accents). We traded up to the 2018 S and came the way you see it. We had debated on changing it to all black but decided we liked it this way too. The last year for the BRG from my understanding too.
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@Jaghappy ,
it appears that the front tires stick out quite a bit from the wheel well !!!
If you don't install *Wheel Well Extenders* ,
don't you take the chance of the tires throwing dirt & road debris on the side of the car ???
Just curious !!!

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