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Old 06-07-2013, 06:53 PM   #1
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Thumbs up *** BORA WHEEL SPACERS Group Buy #2 ***



*** THIS GROUP BUY IS OVER, WE ARE NOT TAKING ANYONE ELSE. ***

This Group Buy is for 25% off regular price on BORA Wheel Spacers. Ending on July 6th 2013.

Here are the details.
We need to reach at least 25 people for this. Once you are on this list you need to contact the vendor and pre-pay. Nothing is charged till we have the 25 buyers.

Go to their web site and choose your model.
http://www.motorsport-tech.com/

There you can see what the regular price is and any other info you may need.

YES THEY ARE HUB CENTRIC.

Once we reach the 25 members I will send the list to the vendor. At that point everyone must contact them to pay.
The production time is going to be between 2-3 weeks to complete all these.

SHIPPING PRICES:
Shipping for Cont 48 States and cannot be discounted.
2 Spacers = $15
4 Spacers = $25
Canada Shipping
$55 and will come by USPS
Shipping is the same price for 1 pair or 2 pairs to Canada.



Everyone can either Call Lenny of Motorsport Tech at (775) 351-1000 and make Payment over the phone with a Credit/Debit Card, or people can pay with Paypal. The paypal address is motorsportjr@gmail.com

P.M. me to add you to the list, also please include your real name so I can forward it to the vendor.

THE LIST:
1. moelov (PAID)
2. DTFtacoma (PAID)
3. paddlenbike (PAID)
4. Overland Hadley (PAID)
5. 13bajaguy (PAID)
6. V5ioV (PAID)
7. ErocksTaco (PAID)
8. M202Flash
9. 552Jrider (PAID)
10. Hzj79 (PAID)
11. csuviper
12. TRD6Speed (PAID)
13. Truffle Shuffle (PAID)
14. Project.paradigm (PAID)
15. MY50cal
16. motionridr8 (PAID)
17. T4C0CH40S
18. totmacher (PAID)
19. tacomatrd99 (PAID)
20. Gunndog (PAID)
21. Dirty G (PAID)
22. SoCo (PAID)
23. Tundra413 (PAID)
24. Robertocritser (PAID)
25. Riverdog (PAID)
26. hoarder23 (PAID)
27. ntilehman (PAID)
28. toyohtadude (PAID)
29. cummins6speed (PAID)
30. Ipreferwater (PAID)
31. thegreatwall23 (PAID)
32. shlep89 (PAID)
33. texasphillytacoma (PAID)
34. Tuckerhump (PAID)
35. Az4x4 (PAID)
36. RedneckSailor (PAID)
37. Gitmo (PAID)
38. Tuckerhump (PAID)

Thank you.
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Old 06-08-2013, 04:57 AM   #2
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Any pics of it mounted on the trucks. Can it be mounted with stock wheels ?
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Hmmm, might be interested.
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Any pics of it mounted on the trucks. Can it be mounted with stock wheels ?
I purchased a set of these for my '02 ; Mine are .75" wide and these folks are great to work with......

Take the time to call;they answered all of my questions and even gave a few suggestions

Only pix is with the '09 wheels installed..Needed the spacers for clearance from uca's as I upgraded to LT's also...Backspace and tire width were easily covered by these...

These have been on since July last year and I only need to "check " torque when rotating tires....these have NEVER moved ....
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If I'm going to be running 265 70 17 with stock trd rims what size will give it a good stance without throwing rocks all over the side of my truck?
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wish I had the money. these boras are the ones I want.
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I am a bit confused about the studs... the factory ones on the wheel hub are cut? or are they ones from bora that are shorter?
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First a question... Is there a reason to prefer these over Spider Trax? Other than the price, that is.


Second - Correct me if I am wrong... (Prices shipped in the US)

4 x 2" = $235
2 x 2" = $120

4 x 1.75" = $197.50
2 x 1.75" = $101.25

4 x 1.5" = $182.50
2 x 1.5" = $93.75

4 x 1.25" = $175.00
2 x 1.25" = $90.00

4 x 1" = $167.50
2 x 1" = $86.25


4 x .75" = $167.50
2 x .75" = $86.25
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I am a bit confused about the studs... the factory ones on the wheel hub are cut? or are they ones from bora that are shorter?
My studs are factory, with no cutting, I think you have to trim the studs if you get the .75" spacers, but 1" and above you don't have to cut or swap out studs. That was the draw for me.

I went BORA because I wanted 1" and not 1.25" spacers, also the price is better, I feel the quality is equal (I have never had Spidertraxs to compare), and I like the black color. I would buy them again and recommend them to anyone here.
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I'm in. I'm assuming they will work on a 3rd gen 4runner just fine. (6 on 5.5")
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My studs are factory, with no cutting, I think you have to trim the studs if you get the .75" spacers, but 1" and above you don't have to cut or swap out studs. That was the draw for me.

I went BORA because I wanted 1" and not 1.25" spacers, also the price is better, I feel the quality is equal (I have never had Spidertraxs to compare), and I like the black color. I would buy them again and recommend them to anyone here.
I have the .75" Boras and DID NOT need to cut my factory wheel studs...
If this rain EVER stops I will try to get wheel -off pix...
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I have the .75" Boras and DID NOT need to cut my factory wheel studs...
If this rain EVER stops I will try to get wheel -off pix...
I hope this is true, I'll be sold.
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