5x100 to 5x114.3 spacers.
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    5x100 to 5x114.3 spacers.

    Does anyone have any experience with these?

    KICS 15mm Wheel Spacers 5x100 to 5x114.3 M12x1.50

    im really trying to keep my wheels and the bolt pattern is 114.3


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    I dont have personal experience with adapters, but several of my friends have ran them. No real issues with them, but I wouldn't do a track day with them. I have heard of 15mm adapters warping (not sure what brand those were). Personally I'd go at least 20mm. If you don't have clearance, roll/pull your fenders and run smaller tires.

    -Resident wheel whore.


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    forthe most part it should be fine to just fit ur rims, but be careful of offset on the wheels, it can possibly hit ur fender lining.
    1995 Toyota Supra
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    hey this is pretty cool!

    I have tons of 5x114.3 wheels so by using these spacers I can use those wheels as long as offset is not exceeded

    Factory offset is +45 on a 17x7" rim so that means a safe offset is +40.

    so +40 + 15 = +55 offset rim would be ideal which is close to s2000 offsets of +62

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