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Old 03-19-2008, 03:14 PM   #1
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Are they any good? I just went to my auto parts store and saw them.

The previous night, I had read that I'll need 1/4" wheels spacers or BFH to fit 275/40/18 w/ +61offset (authentic y2k wheels) in the rear w/o any problems.


They're only $9 each. Then I checked H&R Wheels spacers and they're one-hundred-something.
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Never heard of them.

And from your PM, stock wheels use acorn style lug nuts.
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