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      08-26-2009, 04:02 PM   #1
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FS: 15mm H&R Trak+ Spacers w/extended black bolts

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Hello everyone. As the title says, I have some 15mm H&R Trak+ Hubcentric Spacers for sale. 3 are in good condition, and 1 is damaged due to an under torque issue during install at a shop. It's all scratched up and chipped on the surface. I'm selling these because I don't need them, since I have BBS CH on now.

Asking $45.00 for each. The bolts I'll give away free with the purchase of the spacers if you want them. As for the scratched up, messed up spacer, that's also free with the purchase of the good spacer, if you want it. I was just going to toss it anyways, but if someone has a use for it, feel free to take it and melt it or use it as a paper weight or something, I'll include the bolts free with that one too.

As always, I am first opening this offer up to Irvine local only, and as always, I'll be a little nicer to local sales. Also, as always, I'll put up pictures eventually....

Please PM me if interested. I rarely come on this forum anymore, but I do get email notifications of PMs.

Thanks for looking.


EDIT: Good 2 pair has been sold. The one good and one knackered is still available. $45.00 for the one spacer, and I'm throwing in the other spacer and all 10 bolts free. Doing it like this since I know the other spacer would be some extra work for the buyer.

*Note to non-E92 M3 buyers (My car is E92 M3).*

The guy who bought the first pair of spacers had a E90 325i, and the bolts ended up being too long on his car. He ended up getting the bolts shortened slightly. No idea if this pertains to 325i's, E90's, or non-M3's, and the reason as to why, but, just as a heads up, in case you want to turn down the free bolts, since they're more extra work. They're not that expensive anyways.


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      08-28-2009, 10:00 PM   #2
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whats the part number on the spacer?
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Here's what it says on the side of the spacer.

H&R3075725 MADE IN GERMANY9/8A

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