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I am looking to buy wheel spacers if anyone has any they want to sell.
 

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Here are some of the pics as promised. A before and after.

 

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And here is a pic of my car with the spacers and a '99 GT without spacers.



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Sweet!! I'm definitely going to get some.
 

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5111,

When you put the spacers on, do you need a torque wrench to tighten them? If so, how many lbs. of torque (correct term?) are needed?
 

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I don't think that you actually need to torque them to a specific measurement, but I did mine to 95lbs because that is what the wheels are to be torqued to. I checked on them a couple of days later and they were still tight. Do it as tight as you do your wheels.
 

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5111,

Are the existing studs long enough or do they need replacing? They look EXCELLENT on your car. I want some.

Daryl
 

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They are easily long enough.

It really is an easy job:
1. Jack up the car
2. take of the wheels
3. put on spacers and tighten lugs
4. replace wheel and tighten lugs
5. Lower car
6. Say to yourself "Man, that's one bad*ss Mustang"
 

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It was never even mentioned.
 
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