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Old 01-12-2012, 11:58 PM   #14
TXwrxWagon
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Originally Posted by M SPEC View Post
The fact is that most of the posts reflect as much opinion as fact, and for the non-discerning individual (newbie) it may be difficult to distinguish between the two. As an example my ďTitleĒ states Newbie, yet I have been a member of this forum since 2004. I have owned over 100 cars. Have built at least 25 from the ground up since I began play with cars in the early 60ís. I presently own 6 cars three of which are Subaruís, two of which are STIís, and one of which is putting more than 400HP to the ground, yet I would still not claim to be a GURU
Congrats on your Cyber Preaching and all that glory.... bottom line... spacers + OE studs = short wheel stud engagement.

Not busting you personally, but your post is just a personal ego stroke.. has nothing to do with the question...

to the OP: IF (big IF) you decide on spacers... <ugh>

the standard is that the lug nut/bolt must ENGAGE 1/2 the diamater of the stud or hole its attached too... SO: If you add a 1/4" spacer... as long as the lug nut screws down more than 1/2 the length of the stud/hole its going into.... you are fine....

This is the same argument for stretching a 225 profile tire on a 10" rim to make a car "hella frush"

honestly... stupid is, as stupid does in the case of a post like this...You have made up your mind on WHAT you WANT to do... You just want someone to tell you its ok...

Rob (points might likely be pending for being to honest.)
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