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Fast wheels with spacers

Can anyone help please. I don't currently have a jack low enough to remove a wheel. I'm wondering if these (fast) wheels will accommodate a stud in the back, I want to put 20mm spacers and I need the hole for the factory studs to go in. I want to order them on line but not sure if they will work.



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If you're using 20 mm spacers, you'll need longer aftermarket studs to get sufficient grip length for the lugnuts. I highly recommend ARP as a source of longer studs that'll fit the Z.
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I just ordered the 25mm for the rear. They have the studs in the spacers. I just hope the wheels have the cavities for the spacer studs.


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You're putting a high load on the studs with those spacers. Beyond room for the studs, I hope they have a 66.1 mm center bore rings built into the spacers to help carry the stress.
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Yes they have the centre rings. I had 1.5" all around my truck with no centres and no issues even beating it though the woods. Can't see this being much of a problem


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