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Old 02-08-2012, 11:20 PM
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Ultimately the best way to do it is to buy wheels with the offset that you need, but thats not always feasible so thats when spacers come into play. Spacers are not bad as long as you use quality ones (meaning no $10 cheap pep boys crap). I have used spacers in the past when the wheels I wanted didnt come in the exact (down to the mm) offset I wanted. I have never had issues with them.
Quality (Aluminum/Magnesium Alloy ) spacers will not crack or break and will last the life of your vehicle.
Here is a pic of the spacer style that I am refering to.
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