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SamBerry

Slip-On Spacers For Mk2 Focus

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Has anyone put slip-on spacers to a Mk2 Focus before? Think i'm Going to need some to miss the suspension with the Tyres on the wider wheels. Does anyone know what the maximum thickness of slip-ons i could use whith out having to change the bolts to longer ones?

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about 7mm i believe i went to. but rubbed as !Removed! over bumps, and i wasnt comfortable knowing the threads werent fully in the nut. x

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Ah, fair enough. Seen plenty of posts saying you should get at least six full turns with heel nuts but you only get about five and a half with standard wheels...

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I've probably got my old ones in the shed. If ya want them... PM me your address, paypal postage and ill send freely!

I've also got some ebaich hub spacers - cant remember if they 10mm or 15mm. Ill sell them for cheap if your interested? I got different offset alloys now that bring the wheels out perfectly, so these are not needed anymore.

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Sam

depends on how wide your going. plus, i'd prefer to use hubcentric spacers as they are safer. if you need longer bolts then try this place:

http://www.taperpro.co.uk/2012/locks.htm

i got my lucking nut set (all 20 bolts) from.

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