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i'm running 10mm f and 20mm in the back, h&r trak+
the ecstuning bolt will not hold!,
ecs... send me their bolt and my wheel came lose, almost got kill.... fyi if you use H&R spacers, use H&R bolt.
anyway keep checking the bolts when running spacers.
 

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1of24in2k1 said:
i'm running 10mm f and 20mm in the back, h&r trak+
the ecstuning bolt will not hold!,
ecs... send me their bolt and my wheel came lose, almost got kill.... fyi if you use H&R spacers, use H&R bolt.
anyway keep checking the bolts when running spacers.
Yikes! Hope everything is OK. Your reply is the reason I have not jumped on the 'wheel spacer' bandwagon.
 

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Wheel spacers are safe if you use the correct hardware for the application
 

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Yikes! Hope everything is OK. Your reply is the reason I have not jumped on the 'wheel spacer' bandwagon.
wheel spacer bandwagon? Wheel spacers can be an integral part of Wheel fitment. Using the correct length hardware is imperative. Fail to do this and safety is in question.
 
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