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    1. Member valverde's Avatar
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      06-08-2009 10:29 PM #1
      hi people , i have a question

      3 months ago i bought a pair of Wilwood 120-5005 and a pair of corrados 11 " front rotors , they really looks good, but when i tryed to intall my wheels the calipers touch my BBS RS wheels , i ead in a forum a guy do the same thing without problems , do someone has any idea to how to do it on a VW Rabbit 1984.

      i dont know if exist a rotor with a higher off set


    2. 09-07-2009 02:03 AM #2
      You can use a set of spacers to increase the wheel offset. They make them in a variety of thicknesses from 1mm to 30+mm

    3. Member GTijoejoe's Avatar
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      09-07-2009 11:39 AM #3
      Quote, originally posted by mtn_geek »
      You can use a set of spacers to increase the wheel offset. They make them in a variety of thicknesses from 1mm to 30+mm

      spacers...... someone may have got them to fit, but you probably don't know what type of clearances they were having, 1-2 mm or something very small.... All vehicles are slightly different, there are a lot of parts to take into account all of the tolerances stacked up.

      2.0T+034efi+meth = 300+whp = Part out PM me for anything

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