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Hey everyone so I've been in a pickle, I can't decide wether I want spacers on the car. Wheel spacers I don't like how the car looks with the body wide and my wheels like they are caved in the car hiding. It's ugly too me. I don't have experience with them so if anyone has had them what are the pros and cons. In the pictures below you can't even see the tires cause they are so in the car, and the body is a bit wide
 

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Better to get Wheels w/ the correct Offset.

Also depends what thickness of Wheel Spacers you want.

10mm and lower...you need to switch out your wheels studs to Extended Wheel Studs.

15mm & up get the Wheels Spacers that come w/ their own Wheel Studs attached to it.

Also the wheel itself it it has a "cut-out" hole so the Wheels Stud will clear too.
 

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wheel spacers wear bearings quicker in the long run, better off just getting wheels with a lower offset.
Not necessarily.....Yes correct offset wheels always the best.

I ran plenty of Wheel Spacers in the past from 10mm to 25mm etc....never had any issues...Partly because I did my research and got the correct type and installed.
 

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3-5mm there is no need for extended studs, but anything thicker you'll need extended studs.

Hubcentric wheel spacers do not do anything negative to wheel bearings. The only thing they do negatively is add more weight to the rotational mass. Adding unsprung weight... you'll accelerate slower.

For flush look you'd want 15mm in the front 20mm in the rear.
 
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