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      06-29-2016, 12:22 AM   #1
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Help with rear wheel spacer size

I'm running 5x120 +30 9.5 in the rear with falken pt 722 235/35/19 lowered with h&r sport cup kit. What size spacer can I use to get the flush look?
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I'm running 5x120 +30 9.5 in the rear with falken pt 722 235/35/19 lowered with h&r sport cup kit. What size spacer can I use to get the flush look?
Best thing to do is take out a measuring tape and measure the gap between the wheel and fender. I'm running 275/30/19 tires on 19x10 et30 wheels in the rear. It's pretty flush. I needed to roll my fenders. No spacers.
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Best thing to do is take out a measuring tape and measure the gap between the wheel and fender. I'm running 275/30/19 tires on 19x10 et30 wheels in the rear. It's pretty flush. I needed to roll my fenders. No spacers.
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Best thing to do is take out a measuring tape and measure the gap between the wheel and fender. I'm running 275/30/19 tires on 19x10 et30 wheels in the rear. It's pretty flush. I needed to roll my fenders. No spacers.
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