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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Appearance Mods Discussion, SpacersLooking to get some spacers to push the stock wheels. in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Looks like a alot of room in the back to push the wheels out. Anybody have any pics Thanks...
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    rednumbers is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    SpacersLooking to get some spacers to push the stock wheels.

    Looks like a alot of room in the back to push the wheels out.


    Anybody have any pics


    Thanks

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    Re: SpacersLooking to get some spacers to push the stock wheels.

    In the front too. i would get the H&R spacers in 15mm front, and 25 or 30mm rear. But Ive got wheels on the way, so no spacers for me.

    Mark

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    Re: SpacersLooking to get some spacers to push the stock wheels.

    You best be careful with "spacers" only. These lugs don't have all that much extra length to them for too big a one. The ONLY right way is to get some hub-centric adapters. Oh yeah, I forgot something else too. You'll change the geometry of the car by moving the centers of the tires outward. You "may" start wearing the insides of the tires out too.

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    Re: SpacersLooking to get some spacers to push the stock wheels.

    Quote Originally Posted by baabootoo View Post
    You best be careful with "spacers" only. These lugs don't have all that much extra length to them for too big a one. The ONLY right way is to get some hub-centric adapters. Oh yeah, I forgot something else too. You'll change the geometry of the car by moving the centers of the tires outward. You "may" start wearing the insides of the tires out too.
    The H&R spacers/adapters bolt on and are hubcentric.

    Mark

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