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    Daler69's Car Details
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    Well ive bit the bullet and ordered some.. Also got some adjustable top mounts, new rear top mounts and some poly spring risers in the back cuz im not sure how much rear drop i can get away with, the spacers just give me a bit more adjustment Now need to try and work out what spacers im guna need... I dont know the offset of my front wheels, Its not stamped on the rim :(

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    Alex328Sport's Car Details
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    1997
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    I didn't need any spacers with my H&R coilovers on my 328 with standard BBSs and 225/45 17 and 245/40 17 tyres. No rubbing at all on the lowest settings either.
     
     

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