GarageLine.com: Civic Si & Sport Wheel Spacers

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GarageLine.com: Wheel Spacer Packages (15mm, 20mm, 25mm)

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20/25 Combo Installed:
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http://www.garageline.com/blog/new-product-2017-honda-civic-si-wheel-spacers/

MSRP: $220 for a set of 4
Intro Price: $195

https://garageline.com/honda/280-22...-spacer-combo.html#/29-spacers_size-20mm_pair

Our spacers are built to last, made from 6061 Aluminum and anodized black not only for the cool look but for corrosion resistance. All of our spacers are hubcentric so they have the proper hubsize and are guaranteed not cause a vibration at speed like other cheaper spacers. We use Grade 10 bolts like your stock wheel studs so they are strong as OEM equipment. They do no require extended studs or cutting your stock studs.

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How safe are these to run and is there more to them besides looks? Improvement in handling? They do look very well built
 
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How safe are these to run and is there more to them besides looks? Improvement in handling? They do look very well built
Very safe, we have used our spacers in autox and other HPDE events. Typically you notice a difference with turn in on most cars and theoretical stability as it does make the car wider. I personally think in the looks department it is one of the easiest but best things you can do to make the stock wheels look better.

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Very safe, we have used our spacers in autox and other HPDE events. Typically you notice a difference with turn in on most cars and theoretical stability as it does make the car wider. I personally think in the looks department it is one of the easiest but best things you can do to make the stock wheels look better.

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Jermaine
Thanks for the info. Any recommendations for oe wheels on a 17 hatchback sport that i will be lowering with eibach pro springs that won't interfere with the fenders? Don't want any rubbing, thanks
 
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Thanks for the info. Any recommendations for oe wheels on a 17 hatchback sport that i will be lowering with eibach pro springs that won't interfere with the fenders? Don't want any rubbing, thanks
20mm should work fine.
 
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Do you think they'll rub because my car has a 2 inch drop
 

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@garageline for the fk7 is the rears 25mm or 20mm? I Noticed the si has wider in the rears , same goes with the hatch?
Keeping my touring rims for the time being and lowering on a PRO-KIT in the near future.
 
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@garageline for the fk7 is the rears 25mm or 20mm? I Noticed the si has wider in the rears , same goes with the hatch?
Keeping my touring rims for the time being and lowering on a PRO-KIT in the near future.
Yes we are running the 20mm in the front and 25mm in the rear.
 

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