And the five bolts were tightened in the five holes.The stud on my cars wheel hub was measured as 12 mm diameter so all these five drills were 12mm diameter
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Now the center part had to be cut
By the way this is lathe machine guy who did all this work
Broshats off to you for going through so much for the perfect stancebtw 8j alloys with et40 or so would have given you whatyou wantsd, i.e if you were willing to go for such aggressive fitment
Even 7j with et45 would have fulfilled my requirement
but that would have been too easy and mainstream.....you like challenges lol......
That looks like a good outcome. Do you have pictures of the car before and after these spacers were put on?
Yes I have will share them. But remember it's just 5 mm spacing. Won't look significant in the pictures how ever it is quite significant in real
Then we started cutting it from inside.The bore size of the hub was measured as 64.1 mm so the spacers were meant to have a centre bore of 64.1 mm
Another view of cutting from inside
Now this is my final product.
I will share more pictures of these from differeny angles
I will share it's pictures on the cars hubI will share wheels with and without spares.
In all this long exercise which took me around a year.I tried five different spacers (custom made and ready made)Pictures of three are given below. And The last one are up to my satisfaction
Will share more pictures
you a full techy guy, Me happy to see detail applied.
Waiting for more pictures.
Thank you all who appreciated my efforts
Your efforts are well appreciated but all steps you took are wrong Just get ur measurement and use cnc or lazer cutting even a slight difference will cause woble and once u off set wheels or use spacers it take some toll on baring by reducing their life
Normally we have spacers
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man cyrius post is depressingkilled the whole thread imo
If try to help someone kills the thread I will remove my posts