MRR M350 square + spacers?

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Anyone have the m350's in a 10" square setup with spacers?

What size spacer did you use? Will the nuts reach a decent thread depth?

I'm looking for a bit more flushness. I'm at stock ride height for now.




 

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Anyone have the m350's in a 10" square setup with spacers?

What size spacer did you use? Will the nuts reach a decent thread depth?

I'm looking for a bit more flushness. I'm at stock ride height for now.
The M350 is a 19x10 ET 35 if you want to use factory studs widest is a 5mm maxing at a 8mm with ET lug nuts to be used. This will ensure the safest amount of turns for you.
 
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Paul, i just learned that there are two ttpes of spacers. The thinner ones use extendes studs and the others can ve bolted on. It seems that extended studs are really expensive from what ive seen, so it may make sense to use a thicker bolt on spacer.

Would 20mm look good? What is a good brand for hubcentric spacers?
 

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Have you seen how flush the 19x10 ET 35 like the M350 are already?? Going any wider in the rear and they'll be poking out noticeably. These are not like the factory wheels all sunk into the wheel wells.

In the front you could run some small spacers, but most people are happy with the fit w/o spacers.
 
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I have m350's already. They are not flush...
 


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I have m350's already. They are not flush...
Yeah they're +40, so slightly tucked in the back. A 5mm spacer is cheap and should make them flush in the back (40-5mm spacer = 35, which is pretty flush).

If you want exactly a 15mm spacer in the front, you're looking at longer studs.
 

 
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