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Thread: Spacers, Lugs, Locks, 3 piece hardware and Custom Adapaters - We've got you covered

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    Default Spacers, Lugs, Locks, 3 piece hardware and Custom Adapaters - We've got you covered

    Just wanted to get you guys some info on some of the wheel accessories we are offering now.

    Spacers
    3mm - $32.50
    5mm - $39.50
    10mm - $75.00
    16mm - $75.00
    20mm - $90.00
    25mm - $118.00
    **custom spacers available if you don't see your size listed above from 3mm - 60mm**
    **prices are per pair**

    Lugs
    $2.50 a piece from 30-50mm length

    Stud Kits
    $75 for a set of 20 with nuts. Race spec hardware - top grade.

    Wheel Lock Sets
    $24.95 per set of 4 with key

    Custom Adapters built to spec
    $160 for 15mm - 29mm
    $170 for 30mm - 60mm
    **prices include all hardware**
    ** we use only Alcoa 6061T6 billet aluminum**
    Last edited by Brian@Rotiform; 02-27-2010 at 03:06 PM.

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    all those prices per pair?

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    soo, a complete set of adapters 15-29mm would be 320?
    and, do you guys do 4->5 lug adapters?

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    wow good pricing. what do the wheel lock sets with key look like? i need a nice set for my Z. i can get you thread pitch if you need.

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    you guys have those as nuts? not bolts like the picture shows. i need them for my Z which has studs in the hub

    1990 Nissan fairlady Z32 - long term build
    '93 na miata, '91 mustang gt, '16 GSW
    -recent past-e46t,e36m,e21,b6s4,tt225.....

    "A less- assuming enthusiast probably wouldnt even think that this Z ran because of how naked the engine compartment was. The motor looks as if it just floats there, with nothing else in sight." Super Street 9/2012

    http://www.stanceworks.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=19185

    blog spinFAB.net store spinfab.bigcartel.com

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    Sure do. Shoot me an email or give me a call at the shop tomorrow.

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    do you warranty the studs on the spacers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaquan View Post
    do you warranty the studs on the spacers?
    Yes we guarantee all our products against manufacturer defects. But if you cross thread them or strip them with a lightsaber air gun or something you're on your own.

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    Is the stud kit a stud conversion kit for bmws?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyBoyOne3 View Post
    Is the stud kit a stud conversion kit for bmws?
    Yup we have stud conversions for many makes/models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian@Rotiform View Post
    Yup we have stud conversions for many makes/models.
    how much?

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    Awesome... Ill be hitting you up soon.

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    ohh la la. You already know ill be ordering the studs from you soon, now i might have to add some 5mm spacers for the front too... We'll be in touch.
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    Just have a quick few questions. I have some new wheels coming in. My car is 5x100 with standard wheels studs. The wheels are 5x120 but are coming with adapters. Dude selling them has a VW so they are coming with lug bolts instead of nuts. The question is what size acorn nut will fit into the adapter allowing me to bolt the wheels up to my car? Do you sell them? How much? For thread pitch purposes, my car is essentially a Subaru.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RLB View Post
    Just have a quick few questions. I have some new wheels coming in. My car is 5x100 with standard wheels studs. The wheels are 5x120 but are coming with adapters. Dude selling them has a VW so they are coming with lug bolts instead of nuts. The question is what size acorn nut will fit into the adapter allowing me to bolt the wheels up to my car? Do you sell them? How much? For thread pitch purposes, my car is essentially a Subaru.
    The problem you're going to have is that the adapters are built using a 14mm bolt spec but your car (i'm assuming) has a 12mm stud. How thick is the adapter? Are you sure your studs are short enough? If they are you are going to need to run a tuner type nut to make sure that the adapter gets centered on the stud. Also you'll need to find out if the adapters are machined for cone or ball seat. Feel free to give me a call if you have any questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian@Rotiform View Post
    The problem you're going to have is that the adapters are built using a 14mm bolt spec but your car (i'm assuming) has a 12mm stud. How thick is the adapter? Are you sure your studs are short enough? If they are you are going to need to run a tuner type nut to make sure that the adapter gets centered on the stud. Also you'll need to find out if the adapters are machined for cone or ball seat. Feel free to give me a call if you have any questions.
    We will be picking them up tonight. I will give you a call tomorrow with all of the details. Thanks for your help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo View Post
    so is it a subaru or the saab in you sig? one problem will be if its a suby, the hub bore will be smaller than the vw hub, if its a saab, it wouldnt even clear the hub because the adapter was built for the vw (57.1) and the saab is (65.1). not to mention the saab is 5x110. regardless of the car you will be basically getting non hubcentric adapters or adapters that dont fit at all. also all bmw wheels are cone seat, so if the adapters are from a reputable co. they will be cone seat.
    The car is a SAABaru. Essentially it is a WRX wagon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RLB View Post
    We will be picking them up tonight. I will give you a call tomorrow with all of the details. Thanks for your help.
    Cool - look forward to hearing from you. If the adapters don't work out or can't be modified to work I'll give you a good deal on a replacement set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian@Rotiform View Post
    Cool - look forward to hearing from you. If the adapters don't work out or can't be modified to work I'll give you a good deal on a replacement set.
    Sounds like a good plan.
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    Brian, we have to talk about some stuff for my new set.

    I've completely reworked what I'm doing and would like to know if I do as you mentioned and make this work

    Oh, and, I have decided on a potential full respray instead of just painting the wheels.
    I used to be famous.

    somewhere between I want it and I got it.

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    A little "RotiPorn" for everyone. Custom adapters built to my specs by Brian and his team. These little gems were dropped in the mail today. Machined to the mm thickness I need. Here's hoping I measured correctly. Brian's Photos.





    Thanks again Brian. It was a breeze working with you. Timely emails and phone calls.

    Mr. Belvedere

    I want to buy your single 4x100 Ronal Racing center

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