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      03-20-2008, 09:49 PM   #7
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I want to say yes, because usually that is the only way to change the wheel fitment when a lower offset was required. But there's a couple things that are holding me back from doing so. 1 - Not having the chance to get any actual hands on fitment experience with the car. 2 - Leads to not knowing how exact of a fitment you can go with (in other words what size spacer will be needed).

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thanks ^^

spacers would do?