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      11-27-2009, 09:05 PM   #1
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Is Anyone Running 19" VMR V710 with 18F/15R Spacers?

Is Anyone Running a 19" VMR V710 with 18F/15R Spacers? I just ordered my set with the Macht Schnell Spacers because I want that really aggressive bulldog stance. Im looking for input and experience with this set up. If you are, can you post up pictures.
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Is Anyone Running a 19" VMR V710 with 18F/15R Spacers? I just ordered my set with the Macht Schnell Spacers because I want that really aggressive bulldog stance. Im looking for input and experience with this set up. If you are, can you post up pictures.
There's no need to, the offsets are already correct.

If anything - you can run up to a 5mm spacer up front for a bit more flush look.
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      11-30-2009, 01:30 AM   #3
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The offsets are already aggressive, but from experience you can run a 5F/10R for even more bulldog stance, though running a 5mm spacer in the front only got me wheel vibration so I removed it
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The offsets are already aggressive, but from experience you can run a 5F/10R for even more bulldog stance, though running a 5mm spacer in the front only got me wheel vibration so I removed it
I'm having wheel vibration when braking. Thinking about going 10mm, as it is hubcentric...
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I'm having wheel vibration when braking. Thinking about going 10mm, as it is hubcentric...
Because those 5mm don't have a lip for the wheels to "sit" on, don't think about the 10mm, get them, you are just hurting the car with those 5mm.
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