Hubcentric spacers for 2000 2.0 Z3

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daveofedinburgh
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Hubcentric spacers for 2000 2.0 Z3

Post by daveofedinburgh » Wed 02 Mar, 2016 20:38

Hi all,

As per the thread title really, what specs should I look for to fit my car and recommendations for where to buy would be great.

I'm sure many of you will be thinking 'don't fit spacers you tart' but I do want to improve the overall stance (in a subtle rather than 'scene' way) and won't be going mad, maybe 15mm spacers for example.

A SENSIBLE drop may also be on the cards so recommendations for springs/ dampers would also be appreciated.

Dave.
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Re: Hubcentric spacers for 2000 2.0 Z3

Post by stevov » Wed 02 Mar, 2016 21:38

JJC rally. 15 mm hubcentric supplied with longer bolts. Do not get the spacers that bolt on to your hubs and then you bolt the wheel to the spacer. A search will show why.

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Re: Hubcentric spacers for 2000 2.0 Z3

Post by beerbelly » Wed 02 Mar, 2016 21:49

I think I have a pair of 10mm ones I don't need new only fitted to see which ones I preferred I ended up leaving 15mm ones on these were fitted to our 1999 2.8 I assume the hubs are the same size

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Re: Hubcentric spacers for 2000 2.0 Z3

Post by daveofedinburgh » Wed 02 Mar, 2016 21:53

stevov wrote:JJC rally. 15 mm hubcentric supplied with longer bolts. Do not get the spacers that bolt on to your hubs and then you bolt the wheel to the spacer. A search will show why.
Great help there stevov, exactly what I'm after!

Can I just double check with those more mechanically literate than me, is it these ones (they seem cheap to me!);

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Re: Hubcentric spacers for 2000 2.0 Z3

Post by daveofedinburgh » Wed 02 Mar, 2016 21:58

beerbelly wrote:I think I have a pair of 10mm ones I don't need new only fitted to see which ones I preferred I ended up leaving 15mm ones on these were fitted to our 1999 2.8 I assume the hubs are the same size
If someone can confirm that these will fit my 2000 2.0 I could transfer afew beer tokens to cover your time/ postage costs beerbelly...
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Re: Hubcentric spacers for 2000 2.0 Z3

Post by stevov » Wed 02 Mar, 2016 22:21

That's the set I fitted to my car a year ago.. Well priced and good quality

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Re: Hubcentric spacers for 2000 2.0 Z3

Post by BladeRunner919 » Thu 03 Mar, 2016 08:22

That is a good price.

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Re: Hubcentric spacers for 2000 2.0 Z3

Post by stevov » Thu 03 Mar, 2016 08:48

Good website and good company to deal with. Well priced throughout their range.

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