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      12-16-2012, 02:15 PM   #1
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Turner Motorsports Wheel Spacers

Front: 15mm TMS Spacers with 255/35/19
Rear: 12.5mm TMS Spacers with 275/35/19

No rubbing, looks sweet.... check it out
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The turner spacers stick. they claim that it doesn't but they do.

I showed them at the Eurofest12 show, in person, they still claims that it doesn't stick, but I have to tell you. It's a hell of a b* to get them off.
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The turner spacers stick. they claim that it doesn't but they do.

I showed them at the Eurofest12 show, in person, they still claims that it doesn't stick, but I have to tell you. It's a hell of a b* to get them off.
A very light coat of antiseize just on the perimeter of the hub can be your friend.

Also, one of the nice features of the TMS spacers is that they have slots for you to pop them loose with a flat blade screwdriver if necessary.
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A very light coat of antiseize just on the perimeter of the hub can be your friend.

Also, one of the nice features of the TMS spacers is that they have slots for you to pop them loose with a flat blade screwdriver if necessary.
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Tight fit is better than loose when it comes to spacers
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A very light coat of antiseize just on the perimeter of the hub can be your friend.

Also, one of the nice features of the TMS spacers is that they have slots for you to pop them loose with a flat blade screwdriver if necessary.


Yep, One of the reasons I bought TMS Spacers is because it had the slot on the spacers... and yes, antiseize was used
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Yep, One of the reasons I bought TMS Spacers is because it had the slot on the spacers... and yes, antiseize was used
Well done. A few years ago I had a wheel stick on the hub of my wife's X3 as I was trying to switch over to her winter wheel/tire setup. Gentle coaxing turned into vigorous wiggling turned into beating with a rubber mallet turned into kicking the tire like a madman before I could get it off. I though I was going to knock the car off the jack. Ever since then I've used a light coat of antiseize on the hub...
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A very light coat of antiseize just on the perimeter of the hub can be your friend.

Also, one of the nice features of the TMS spacers is that they have slots for you to pop them loose with a flat blade screwdriver if necessary.
yeap, those slots don't work. I have the RS ones from PYSpeed, those are fantastic. Never buying the turners again for me.
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Same set up I sold this week. New whee;s not needing spacers on the way from Strasse!
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