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Fiesta Mk7 Wheel Spacers Install


hello all, today i installed my rear wheel spacers and will show you how i did it 
 
 
first off you need the spacers 
 
here: 
 
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i got ebiach 15mm pro spacer heres the link from puma speed 
 
http://www.pumaspeed...-4-STUD_866.jsp
 
right so first off i needed all the correct tools
 
a big rachet spanner, a jack, the locking wheel nut adaptor and then we can begin 
 
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making sure the car is on a level surface jack the car up from the rear axel beam until both wheels are up off the floor 
 
then using a 19mm socket i removed the normal wheel nuts, and then the anti locking ones, 
 
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now my wheels were stuck on so i lowered the car so the wheels sat on the ground so they came loose 
 
jacked the car back up again and removed the wheels remembering to get the little plastic adaptor off to for the alloys, 
 
then placed the spacers onto the wheel studs and put them on with the nuts provided and tightened them to 100nm on both sides, 
 
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then put the plastic adaptor back on then the wheels and tightened the nuts on and the locking nut to 100nm then lowered the car carefully
 
when back on the ground check for tightness again, take it for a spin and see the difference, i went for a 50mile drive to check everything was ok then check they are still tight when you get back and all done :)
 
before 
 
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after 
 
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hope this helps people 

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