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      11-15-2012, 02:50 PM   #12
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Raf there are a few measurements you can take that make figuring out exactly what spacers will work for your car and your style. We did a video showing how to properly measure for spacers that'll probably be a bit of help to you, I've embedded it below.



Also keep in mind that not all spacers come with the proper length wheel bolts, any time you use a spacer you'll want to change to extended (vs stock) wheel bolts to allow the proper connection of the bolts and the hub of the car.