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      05-21-2013, 09:10 PM   #1
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ordering bbs ch wheels which spacer

hey guys I haven't seen many theads on bbs ch on my search so here it is.

gonna purchase 19" 8.5/9.5 35/40et. which type/size spacer do I need for the back to be flush or close to flush. I am hoping for 0 vibrations. where to buy. thanks
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Sorry that I'm not able to answer your question, but if you're "ordering" bbs wheels.. wouldn't it be better to just get the right offset manufactured so that you don't have to run spacers? And you may want to include if you're lowered, if so on what, are you rolled/pulled/shaved etc. Also the tire sizes you're going with, and what are your priorities, stance vs no rub at all.

There's probably lots of threads for 19" 8.5/9.5 (doesn't have to be BBS CH) so you could easily find some pictures and gather first-hand experience from other people.
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That's what they offer and that's what I am going to buy
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