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Old 12-03-2004, 03:23   #1 (permalink)
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Please help with Ba rims

now i know spacers arent good and all but i have a set of ba rims free from my cousin and need spacers who should i see about getting some and whats the best way.
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Re: Please help with Ba rims

welcome to the FF..i have alternative for you, sell those rims you have and buy the aftermarket BA rims with a pre AU off set, they are made for your car...
they sell on ebay for around $950, or if you are thinking of going down that path, i have the guys phone number who imports them he is in melbourne...
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Re: Please help with Ba rims

if i was ever to use spacers, i would not use and of the shelf ones

instead go to a machine shop and ask them to macke a spcer plate out of solid aluminium or any other metal for you stud pattern and the diameter of you hub on your rtotor, so that the wheel has still teh same surface area to the hub than before. if required replace you studs with AU falcon rear ones, as they are considerbly longer than any previous studs
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