SUBARU Wheel Spacers FORGED 5x114.3 15/20 & 25mm *TORQ*
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Brand: TORQ, FORGED ET Plus series Quantity: 2x Spacers/Adapters Thickness: 15mm, 20mm or 25mm PCD: 5x114.3 Thread Pitch: M12x1.25 Centre Bore: 56.1mm inner & outer Colour: Black
These are a DEDICATED 5x114.3 56.1cb M12x1.25 wheel spacers/adapters to suit SUBARU STI 2004-2020 5x114.3 (Version 9 onwards) applications with 2 size options to choose from (15mm, 20mm or 25mm) May also suit other makes and models.
If you are after different PCD, size or hub bore, please check our other listings
-Forged Billet 6061-T6 Aluminium -10.9 Grade High Tensile Studs and Nuts -Precision CNC machined
Before you rush to buy the cheapest spacers in the market, consider the stress that these products under-go. Stick to quality, precision machined products out of high grade materials to ensure that your pride and joy remains planted to the ground.
The TORQ spacer range are manufactured to the highest standards out of some of the strongest materials available. Have piece of mind that you are buying a quality product from a reputable supplier.
Perfect for ensuring correct suspension and brake clearance, or simply to obtain the perfect stance.
Often referred to as adapters, spacer, slip on spacer, shims, wheel-shim. Etplus
If you would like to know which size will suit your car, please don't hesitate to ask or check: http://www.wheelfitment.eu/PCD/5x114.3/56.1.html
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All wheels and wheel fixings must be installed professionally by a competent individual with the necessary expertise to ensure that a suitable product has been supplied, and that it has been fitted correctly.
Questions & Answers
Hi there is there pick up and what’s the price on 4 of them. Do you have 12mm as 8mm cleared brakes by a couple mm aydogg86(3• 02:04 am, Thu, 16 Sep ) Hi, 15mm is the thinnest possible in bolt on type. We don't do pickup, all items are sent by courier only. 4 of them is $318 360link(5457• Thursday, 16 September 2021 ) Hi. I bought a 4 set of 20mm from you recently. Only to realise I get rubbing in the rear. Done all I can to avoid it. But will need to get 15mm to solve the issue in rear. Do you know if it’s ok for the car to use 15 in rear and 20 in front, or best to get a full set of 15? Thanks. tyson.db(471• 07:15 am, Fri, 24 Sep ) Hi, on any 4wd vehicle it's always recommended to have all axles matching so the 4wd system doesn't think the fronts or rears are slipping when they're not. Just make sure you check that your wheels have enough room in the back of them for the factory studs to sit in as they will stick past the spacer a bit more on a 15mm. Cheers 360link(5457• Friday, 24 September 2021 )