Did you read the footnotes?But I don't believe those are hub centric with out center bore.
I read somewhere else that the center bore was a different diameter than the one provided by those spacers.Did you read the footnotes?
28 These are Hub-centric flat disc type spacers which require the factory hub to center the wheels. Please measure to verify."
So the spacer would have to be less than 11mm as noted.Did you read the footnotes?
"These are Hub-centric flat disc type spacers which require the factory hub to center the wheels. Please measure to verify."
"Vehicle System Widening Per Side Part Num. Maximum Hub Height
FORD DRS / 10 20346331 11.00mm"
?It was more in reference to the guy who called spacers a crutch.
If you mean my situation, my Koseis were touching the brake calipers so I used the smallest spacer I could to make them clear. Since I didn't feel comfortable doing this with the stock studs, I swapped out for ARP units.
Could you shoot me a link to those studs?I use a 1/8" spacer on the rear of my Mustang to gain wheel/tire clearance to the inner fender when using 9" wide wheels. The spacer is thin enough to allow the hub to still engage the wheel. I also run 4" long ARP studs, which gives me the option for spacer changes if I run 275 wide tires or larger.
Mustang June 2009 009 by Bryan Redeker BRGT350, on Flickr