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Old 11-21-2007, 09:08 AM
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**NEW ITEM INSTOCK** KICS Project 5h100 to 5h114.3 converters (15mm spacers)


**NEW ITEM INSTOCK** KICS Project 5h100 to 5h114.3 converters (15mm spacers)

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GOOD FOR 2002-2006 WRX & 04 STI

Direct from Japan, the KICS wide thread spacers are used to bring out the wheels of your car outer to give aggressive look and close the space gap. The KICS wide thread spacers are also used to clear spacing between your big brake kit from the wheels. These spacers come with new studs already installed with all necessary hardware. Available in 15mm, 20mm, 25mm, and 30mm for most popular Japanese vehicle applications (1.5mm / 1.25mm).


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Old 11-26-2007, 04:26 PM
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What offset wheel would have to be used with a 15mm spacer?
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Old 11-27-2007, 11:55 AM
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Originally Posted by DomozitoLK View Post
What offset wheel would have to be used with a 15mm spacer?
Depending on what width wheel, we would have to figure out the offset.

We are think around the 30's

We would double check for you.

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pm and shipped to 95618?
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Old 11-30-2007, 12:51 PM
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I REALLY need to come check out the shop, can you PM me a price to Tampa 33626?
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Old 12-01-2007, 11:24 AM
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how safe are these to use? please PM a price...... for a 2004 wrx

also, what MM do you suggest for a lowered wagon with rolled fenders with 18x8 work vs-xx with a +44 offset?
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I'd think wiht the 15mm it's going to be tight but, you probably need to roll the fender and roll at the most a 225/40 tire... (go for a skinnier 225 tire like a falken)
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Originally Posted by Kami Speed View Post
Depending on what width wheel, we would have to figure out the offset.

We are think around the 30's

We would double check for you.

Have a good one!

Thank you for the question!
The lower the offset the further OUT from the strut the wheel is from the hub. So if I'm understanding this right... with your smallest spacer 15mm using an ET30 wheel would put the offset even further out and create a final ET 15 ? That's rather low even for the STi
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I am interested in these for my 2001 Impreza 2.5RS, as you know its 5x100. will this kit work on my car so I can use it to convert to 5x114.3 so I can use my 05 sti rims? if so how much shipped to 96789 (Hawaii)?
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i have a set of these and just want to point out that the 10mm's work fine with stock 04 wrx wheels to space out for factory 07 4 pots....

BUT...

my gram lights dont fit over the old threads...the wheels have "blank" holes drilled between the 5x100 pattern and when you put on the flat lugnuts on the stock studs they stick out too much and don't allow the wheel to sit on the spacer...if that makes any sense...

i suppose i can cut the stock studs so that they are flush with the kics flat nuts and spacer...
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