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Hey guys just installing 7mm spacers not sure if the flat surface goes against the ro

There is a beveled lip and not much room on the hub where the wheel sits hopefully this is safe.

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There is a beveled lip and not much room on the hub where the wheel sits hopefully this is safe.

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That's not safe with Oem wheels. The wheel chamfer is bigger than the remaining spigot, so it won't locate properly.
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There is a beveled lip and not much room on the hub where the wheel sits hopefully this is safe.

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That's not safe with Oem wheels. The wheel chamfer is bigger than the remaining spigot, so it won't locate properly.
Can I buy hub extenders?
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There is a beveled lip and not much room on the hub where the wheel sits hopefully this is safe.

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That's not safe with Oem wheels. The wheel chamfer is bigger than the remaining spigot, so it won't locate properly.
Can I buy hub extenders?
Yes, hub extenders will do the trick.
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There is a beveled lip and not much room on the hub where the wheel sits hopefully this is safe.

Thanks
That's not safe with Oem wheels. The wheel chamfer is bigger than the remaining spigot, so it won't locate properly.
Can I buy hub extenders?
Yes, hub extenders will do the trick.
Just checked turner motor sport and it seems they don't carry this for the e92. Do you know who else may carry this. Don't understand why you can't buy 7 mm spacers with a hubcentric lip like 10mm and thicker.
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