Anyone use spacers from mustangwheelspacers.com

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sleepn_sn95, Dec 14, 2013.

  1. sleepn_sn95

    sleepn_sn95 Well-Known Member

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    So Ive been on the hunt and doing research on how I want to do my spacers. I think Ive got it down to using slip on hubcentric spacers with extended studs and tonight I found this site. It looks like there is no drilling required, studs are already ground down to slip past abs ring, and they have stud removal and install tools that almost make it seem to easy. Has anyone used these before or even heard of them?

    http://www.mustangwheelspacers.com/58rearspacerkit1.aspx

    http://www.mustangwheelspacers.com/58frontspacerkit1.aspx

    How-to thread I found
    http://forums.themustangsource.com/f669/wheel-spacer-install-how-pics-inside-472329/

    Ferocious I know youve had a couple sets of spacers have you ever heard of these? Is it not worth the hassle and I should just get some bolt on ones?
     
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    Ferocious Legend SN95 Supporter

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    Never heard of those.

    According to their website they seem like good quality spacers:
    Install doesn't look like too much of a hassle either as long as they're correct on their measurements.

    Are you looking to run a small spacer that requires extended studs?
    $160 is alot of money for such a small spacer.

    I'm in that situation myself as I can't run a bigger spacer in the front without getting new studs. But instead of spending all the money on new studs and spacers, i'm going to get a wider tire the next time around and probably run less camber so it looks more flush.
     
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    Im undecided on the sizes right now. I may go with a 5/8" or 3/4" for the rear which will require extended studs. Im going to wait until I get my 265's mounted to see how much room I have up front but I might just need a small slip on one I can use with stock studs. Yeah $160 is a lot for spacers but I think it may be worth it if I dont have to drill out the hubs and grind down the heads on the studs like I would need to with ARP's. I dont have anything against slip on spacers I just think I would feel a little safer with these