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Tue Sep 8 18:59:37 EDT 2009
If anyone needs new MK2 H&R 20mm spacers, hubcentric with longer studs
brand new in box... I have a set! (shameless sales plug). LoL.
On Sep 8, 2009, at 1:00 PM, Arvid Jedlicka wrote:
> As Ray suggests, H&R do may concentric spacers. But be sure to read
> the footnotes before ordering.
> I just talked to them on the phone and they indicated that their 5mm
> spacers are simply spacers without a concentric ring on them. You
> would want to measure how high the current hub is to insure there
> will be enough material sticking out of the spacer to properly
> locate the wheel.
> He also suggested that the 10mm spacers may bottom out on the
> existing hub before the entire spacer is flush with the disk rotor.
> Certainly not a good situation.
> If I recall correctly from my research 10 years ago, at that time
> the SCCA stock class allowed a .25 inch offset for wheels. This
> could be accomplished via new wheels or a spacer. Not wanting to buy
> new wheels just to gain the extra track width, I though of going
> down the spacer route. It was at this time that I discovered that
> the hubs on my '93 Turbo were very close to .25 inches tall and
> therefore a concentric spacer was virtually impossible - not enough
> of the original hub sticking out to use it and not enough material
> in the spacer to allow for a concentric ring on the spacer.
> Anyway, just food for thought,
>> Date: Mon, 7 Sep 2009 20:45:14 -0400
>> From: Ray Benoit <spyderay at gmail.com>
>> Subject: Re: [MR2] MR2 Digest, Vol 29, Issue 7
>> To: Arvid Jedlicka <arvidj at visi.com>
>> Cc: mr2-interest at mr2.com
>> <a5f9597e0909071745r13cf5483qf48cff3508604c72 at mail.gmail.com>
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>> Centric adapters are available. Here's a link to one source:
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