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Anyone on a factory 17x7 rims with 10 mm spacer?
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    Anyone on a factory 17x7 rims with 10 mm spacer?

    Anybody here on a factory 17x7 and using 10 mm spacers? Could you post some pics pls? Thanks in advance.
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    These pics are not exactly ideal but it's all I got

    Been running 10mm all around since the day I got the car, the 205/40 firestones rub in the rear on hard hits as they run pretty wide, compare to the skinny rt615's I had. And I just added a pic of some 17x7 ultraleggera eye candy for fun...

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    Awesome. The OZ are also 17x7 +35 mm like the stock rims? Do the tires rub on the rear fender?

    Would rolling the fenders help?
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    Good luck rolling the fenders on these cars....I’ve talked to 3 people that tried it themselves and the results were not pretty. The problem is the sheet metal is so thin on these cars.
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    The OZ's are +37mm, also not worth rolling the fenders for 10mm it really doesn't rub that often it's pretty rare.. there are so many people that run 15mm without issues so I guess tire choice plays a big part
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    I am looking the Team Dynamics 17x7 +25 mm offset that is why I am a but worried with fitment. But it looks like it should be good.
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    That's perfect fitment with 205/40/17 tires, do you mean those team dynamics PLUS 10mm spacers? Or just the rims alone, because if its just the rims alone you got the perfect fitment go for it! My friend has 2 sets of team dynamics for his mini jcw he loves them
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    Don't have any pics at the moment, but 12's in the back and 5's in the front. No issues and better handling than the same on both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lammie200 View Post
    Don't have any pics at the moment, but 12's in the back and 5's in the front. No issues and better handling than the same on both.
    This is interesting to newbie like me. Whaz the benefit of adding spacers, bedsides better looks? I'm interested in any handling improvements. Do pray tell!

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    They widen track. It's probably more placebo than anything when your talking about 5 or 10mm spacers with exact same wheel and tire.
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