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      05-16-2011, 09:19 AM   #1
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Hub extender for e9x m3?

The TMS hub extender does not work with the e90 m3. Does anyone make one that fits this car?

thanks in advance.
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What is and why do you need a hub extender? Are you talking about spacers?
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The TMS hub extender does not work with the e90 m3. Does anyone make one that fits this car?

thanks in advance.
e9x hubs have an inverted chamfer - there is nothing for a hub extender to grab onto like previous M3s.
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What is and why do you need a hub extender? Are you talking about spacers?
I want to run 10mm spacers for AutoX to increase front track. SCCA rule allows very little modification for A Stock and 10mm spacers are allowed.
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e9x hubs have an inverted chamfer - there is nothing for a hub extender to grab onto like previous M3s.
Thanks. I guess no spacer for me =(
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Thanks. I guess no spacer for me =(
No need to worry, most quality +10mm spacers (like Macht Schnell) have an extended lip to center the wheel on the hub.
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I want to run 10mm spacers for AutoX to increase front track. SCCA rule allows very little modification for A Stock and 10mm spacers are allowed.
I'm running 10mm MS spacers with zero issue... no need for a extender.
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