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Old 04-14-2013, 07:48 PM   #1
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Ebay Wheel Spacers?

Hey all, posting to see what you all would think about some ebay wheel spacers.
Money is kind of tight for me right now starting college soon and looking for cheaper ways to do things.

I'm looking at these specific ones right here, only $110 for a set of 4! Has 100% feedback rating..I think I may give them a try.

What do you all think?


Link to spacers:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/330881147540...84.m1438.l2649
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Old 04-15-2013, 06:30 AM   #2
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They don't mention if they are hub-centric or not, and the pic does not show the hub-centric lip that should be there. They need to be hub-centric.
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For not that much more money you can
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for not that much more money you could pick up a set of used name brand ones that you know will work. But hey, if you can get a "no name" set to work just fine for less money then I say go for it.
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Don't get those, I had them and they are not hub centric. You will never have balanced wheels and a lot of stress will be placed on the studs. Get a set of spidertrax and you will have zero issues, really they're only $100 more.
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Don't get those, I had them and they are not hub centric. You will never have balanced wheels and a lot of stress will be placed on the studs. Get a set of spidertrax and you will have zero issues, really they're only $100 more.
BORA also has hub-centric spacers that are a bit cheaper, they can be found directly or via eBay.
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I'd say play it safe and just save up a little more money and get some spidertrax. Also keep an eye out on here cause there is usually spidertrax used ones for sale every so often.
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