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#1 Old 09-07-2011, 03:56 AM
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anyone kno how thick i can go w/ spacers b4 i need extended studs. goin to the Stance Nation event in NC in Oct and i need to b flush b4 i roll in
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id say 5 mm possibly 8 but search it on google should find your answer there
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15mm Ichiba Bolt-on Spacers Front/Rear

I know I'm about 8 months late on this reply, but I just had 15mm bolt-on spacers (Front/Rear) installed on my car last weekend. Flushes perfectly with the car (stock 17" alloy wheels/tires). Hope that information helps.
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You would need longer studs for 15mm though. I got a set of H&R 20mm spacers for sale if interested. They were off my Maxima which is probably now a soda can. Not sure if they would even fit the Altima.

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Im pretty sure you dont need extended studs for 15mm spacers. Just make sure you get spacers with the hubrings and you should be fine.

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i needed 15mm spacers on my last car and i HAD to get extended studs. and i highly recommend you do it anyway its over half an inch of thread space used by the spacer. i had pepboys do all my studs for $200. WORTH IT IMO

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