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      05-16-2012, 11:46 PM   #1
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Thinking about spacers?

I am thinking about spacers but dont know too much about them. I have BMW performance style 269 wheels. They are Front 225/35 R19Y; Rear 255/30 R19Y. Here is a picture to see if it helps. What spacers if any do you guys recommend?
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http://www.turnermotorsport.com/t-wheel-spacers.aspx

Shows you a few methods on measuring.

I'm sure someone would know the exact spacer needed but it's good to know how to measure.
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Looks like the gap I had. You will need a 12-15mm set of spaces for the rear and 5mm for the front but measure just in case
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http://www.turnermotorsport.com/t-wheel-spacers.aspx

Shows you a few methods on measuring.

I'm sure someone would know the exact spacer needed but it's good to know how to measure.
Well thats really helpful thanks

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Looks like the gap I had. You will need a 12-15mm set of spaces for the rear and 5mm for the front but measure just in case
I think that might be too much im just scared of rubbing issues but thanks
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