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      08-17-2008, 10:56 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Radiation Joe View Post
Use a 10mm or 12mm in front. They are typically stronger. The 23-25mm offset you end up with will not be a problem.

In the rear, I don't think you could even see a 2mm difference? It certainly won't make a difference in the handling.

Hope that helps.
Thanks Radiation Joe. I dont think the rear is a problem. I can get 8mm C&C hubcentric spacers here customed. Does going to 10mm on the front have any implication on rubbing or so forth? AFAIK, the front offset is 29. My rims are +35 offset so going to 10mm spacers would imply an extra 4mm on the front. Is this ok?
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