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      01-23-2021, 04:50 PM   #5
dannyboydluxe88
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Originally Posted by Tambohamilton View Post
Take the spacers and brake discs off, clean all mating surfaces (inc hub flange and wheel) very thoroughly, reassemble and torque correctly.

If that doesn't completely fix it, remove the spacers and test again.

If that fixes it, the spacers are poorly manufactured or designed.

What thickness are the spacers, out of interest?
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tambohamilton View Post
Take the spacers and brake discs off, clean all mating surfaces (inc hub flange and wheel) very thoroughly, reassemble and torque correctly.

If that doesn't completely fix it, remove the spacers and test again.

If that fixes it, the spacers are poorly manufactured or designed.

What thickness are the spacers, out of interest?
Thanks for your reply Tambo. I'm running 5mm up front, 10mm in the back.

I went by the shop today and they informed me the front spacers installed were NOT hub-centric (which was a mistake). They are going to swap them out with hubcentric ones, and think that should resolve the issue.

They also said three of my wheels are slightly bent. I'm running 19 inch 313's (off a 335is). But I wasn't having any vibration with these prior to the coil over/spacer setup.
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