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      01-29-2012, 07:29 AM   #1
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20mm and 25mm spacers

I have 2 sets of spacers for sale. Both are hub centric H&R brand. Used for approximately 4000km. Spacers are in excellent working order and caused no wobble, vibration or any other sound that may be of cause for concern.

Give yourself the perfect stance with these great spacers!


20mm spacers with extended black bolts (50mm in length)



Bought for: $170
Asking: $100

25mm spacers with bolts

The 25mm spacers screw directly into your hub and then your wheel screws directly into the spacer. This means your stock lock nuts will work with these spacers



Bought for: $165
Asking: $100
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      02-01-2012, 07:07 PM   #2
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just to clarify the 20mm are known as 'slip on' and the 25mm are bolt on... seeing as luster is selling these with the extended bolts and these are a quality H&R brand, this would be a very safe spacer setup.
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      02-03-2012, 10:58 PM   #3
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Aren't they illegal in OZ?

Will they effect my insurance?
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      02-04-2012, 01:49 AM   #4
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It is illegal to have wheels that extend past the fender.

As for the actual spacer, it's up to interpretation. Modification or extension of the wheel hub should be engineered.

As for insurance, if they are seen to be the cause of an accident, you will not be covered. Granted, these are the safest spacers you can get. Extended bolts and being huh centric makes a big difference.

bare in mind, most mods can be classed as illegal, but will not void insurance
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      02-08-2012, 11:22 AM   #5
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      02-17-2012, 04:47 AM   #6
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100 shipped?
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      02-17-2012, 06:34 PM   #7
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100 shipped?
shipped to where mate?
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Didn't notice your location haha
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      02-17-2012, 07:14 PM   #10
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Just out of interest, it is $91.50 for shipping lol
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Hahaha, damn! Well glws, free bumps I guess. Sorry for wasting your time
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Luster, Will these suit an E87 1er?
Have a friend looking for a set. But i think he is after 15mm for the rear.
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Luster, Will these suit an E87 1er?
Have a friend looking for a set. But i think he is after 15mm for the rear.
they will fit the wheel hub fine and all, just dont know if it will rub on your setup.

can give it a try I guess? or! cut some paper, 20mm thick, place it on the widest part of your current rim and see if it has any clearance.

if it does, its worth trying, if not, never mind
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Thank you.
I have forward ur reply to him, see what he thinks.

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they will fit the wheel hub fine and all, just dont know if it will rub on your setup.

can give it a try I guess? or! cut some paper, 20mm thick, place it on the widest part of your current rim and see if it has any clearance.

if it does, its worth trying, if not, never mind
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if you still have the 25mm spacers for sale pm asap!
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is the 20mm still available?
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hey, if the spacers is still available?
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How can you tell the specs of spacers?
I have a set lying here but all it has on it is bolt size.....
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I'll take 25mm
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I'll take 25mm
they're sold I believe.

pm "nyo88a" see if he wants to sell them as I think they didn't end up being suitable for him.

EDIT: you're in NY just get some local within CONUS lol
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did the 25mm ever give you issues around hard turning? i just feel skeptical about bolting to hub and wheel to spacer...
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