20" Foundry with 20mm and 25mm Spacers?

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I am looking for people who put spacers on their stock 20" Foundry wheels. Both 20mm and 25mm. Please upload pics-- trying to decide. Also, did the 20mm spacers require grinding down of the stock posts? Thanks!

 

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25mm on mine.
Pictures dont do any justice on how aggressive it looks.
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^^^^ Thats pretty much how mine sits with the spacers and my AMR wheels.....the little extra poke looks awesome, especially in real life. I dont understand why people dont seem to like it
 

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Marshall do you think there is enough space in the pockets for the 20mm spacers since the studs would stick out a bit more.
 

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Marshall do you think there is enough space in the pockets for the 20mm spacers since the studs would stick out a bit more.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words.
With the 25mm as you on see i have no problem fitting in the pockets, they stick out very very little.
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What brand are these , eibach ?
 
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Thanks, that answers my questions.
 

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From that picture, looks like the 20mm may work. Do you happen to have a pic of the reliefs on the back of the wheels?
 

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I put the 25mm spacers on the rear tires last week with no problem. Love the look.
I think the 25mm would be more than I would like on the front. Does anyone know where to get the 20mm spacers... I don't see them on American Muscle site.

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I just installed the 20mm spacers with the oem 20" wheels. I removed the 25 mm because with the 20" the tires are too much out of fender for my taste. The 20" wheels have a deep pocket for the studs. I understand that on the PP wheels it's not the same, so you have to use 25 mm spacers.
If someone is interested in my 25 mm spacer, PM me. They are from Garage Line store.
 

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I found my "perfect" setup with 25mm spacers in the front and 20mm spacers in the back on 20 inch foundry wheels. 25mm in the back stood out a bit too far, 20mm is perfect.
 

 
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