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Evilchap
20-07-2009, 12:41
4x114 to 5x114

Or 5x114 to 4x114.

Or... any fitments you like really.

80 per pair inc. VAT.

Matt_T
21-07-2009, 10:49
how thick are they?

Evilchap
21-07-2009, 10:53
Minimum is 20mm, but they can be thicker if you'd like them to be spacers as well :)

We can also make them slightly thinner if the wheels have the cutouts to take the ends of the studs that will stick out.

Matt_T
21-07-2009, 11:09
nice, I was thinking thinner might be handy as theres a few oem bmw rims that might look pretty good on a nissan:)

Evilchap
21-07-2009, 11:18
They will mainly be high offset, in the 40s, so 20mm would be fine :)

JDK
19-09-2009, 23:59
Saab fitment, 5x100 I think, to 5 x 114.3 ?? x 4

Evilchap
20-09-2009, 22:07
No problem JDK, or is that meant as a question? :)

JDK
21-09-2009, 08:24
No problem JDK, or is that meant as a question? :)

Just enquiring for now, will be asking for some at a later date:thumbs:

Evilchap
21-09-2009, 08:39
Cool stuff, just give me a shout when you want them :)

zml
22-09-2009, 01:36
are they same as JDM garage's one?do you have any pictures for them?

Evilchap
22-09-2009, 08:12
They are indeed very very similar to theirs :)

zml
22-09-2009, 08:46
what about quality? as they safety reason i will really need to know this, i know some of the product will bend the toe rob and the wheel nut.

Evilchap
22-09-2009, 08:53
We supply a lot of them. They're top quality, made to order and we've never had an issue with them. ;)

zml
22-09-2009, 19:08
how much for 4 of them posted?

Evilchap
22-09-2009, 21:18
175 delivered to your door :)

zml
22-09-2009, 22:37
150 pick up in southampton ok?

Evilchap
22-09-2009, 22:45
It'll have to be 160 collected. If you want to collect them from Southampton it'll have to be by prior arrangement and at a weekend :) Rarerims are in Devon, I just live in Southampton at weekends :thumbs:

Easy007
22-09-2009, 23:03
can you do them in Audi to Porsche ;)

Evilchap
23-09-2009, 08:22
No problem me thinks Easy :D

fingerpie
06-10-2009, 21:11
Im looking at possibility of fitting some BMW alloys on my citroen.
Would you be able to do 4x108 to 5x120 ideally 20mm thick?

Cheers
Neil

Evilchap
06-10-2009, 21:23
Yes :) No problem at all... They'd be one-off, so cant discount them, but they'll be first rate :)

FULLER
12-10-2009, 16:59
Bit of a strange request mate.

Would it be possible to fit 6 stud jap 4x4 rims to my 4 stud S13??

Evilchap
12-10-2009, 21:22
In theory yes. In practice, why would you do that? :confused:

FULLER
12-10-2009, 23:10
15" 10.5" wide split rims for not alot of money and summit different.

Would the spacer need to be so big it would foul the calipers tho??

Evilchap
13-10-2009, 08:28
On the front you'll have real caliper clearance issues I expect, together with arch clearance issues! There's a reason people dont do it much ;)

FULLER
13-10-2009, 17:01
Well if i get the wheels cheap enough i'll measure em when i get em and we can go from there.

Cheers.

bevred
26-10-2009, 19:14
Evilchap YHPM regarding these :thumbs:

Evilchap
26-10-2009, 21:53
YHPM bevred :thumbs:

Mario
09-11-2009, 20:49
Would you need to cut down the car's studs to fit these?

Evilchap
09-11-2009, 21:06
Depends which thickness you go for mate ;)

Mario
26-12-2009, 21:53
Depends which thickness you go for mate ;)

I am considering 4x114 to 5x114. What is the minimum thickness that would not require cutting the studs? Thanks.

Mario
05-01-2010, 22:38
I am considering 4x114 to 5x114. What is the minimum thickness that would not require cutting the studs? Thanks.

:wave:

Just to add, its for fitting standard s14a wheels.

Evilchap
05-01-2010, 23:59
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

To get the length that would not require stud cutting, afaik, the best plan is just to take a wheel off and measure the stud, as you need the whole thing inside the spacer if you dont want to cut it down. :thumbs:

Mario
06-01-2010, 13:36
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

To get the length that would not require stud cutting, afaik, the best plan is just to take a wheel off and measure the stud, as you need the whole thing inside the spacer if you dont want to cut it down. :thumbs:

Ok makes sense.

I'll let you know once I have measured it.

Thanks.

garyskisplym
15-02-2010, 22:29
hi

Bit of a strange on.

Dont know if possible. but dont want to fork out for 2 new sets of wheels.

I need 114x4 to 4x100 is this possible???

15 or 20 mm thinkness

Evilchap
16-02-2010, 09:37
I'd give JDM garage a call and see what they can do for you :)

garyskisplym
16-02-2010, 19:46
who are they sorry to be stupid

Evilchap
17-02-2010, 09:34
They're a company that does all sorted, including making spacers.

They have a website here:

http://www.jdmgarageuk.com/

Cornwall
21-02-2010, 11:34
hi

Bit of a strange on.

Dont know if possible. but dont want to fork out for 2 new sets of wheels.

I need 114x4 to 4x100 is this possible???

15 or 20 mm thinkness

I'm going to need a set of these too :nod:, picking up some dishy dub wheels next weekend. Let me know how you get on with JDMGarage:thumbs:

Evilchap, can you get these?

Evilchap
21-02-2010, 15:11
I can get some in I imagine :)

Cornwall
21-02-2010, 20:18
I can get some in I imagine :):notworthy:notworthy

Will be in contact next weekend when I know for sure what I need.

cheers

Cornwall

Airbog
13-09-2010, 11:21
4x114.3 to 5x120

Is this possible?

Gti-james
20-09-2010, 07:52
i want to fit bmw alloys to my s13 so im after 4x114 to 5x120 aswell, in 20mm tho

Evilchap
20-09-2010, 08:03
Contact JDM Garage chaps, we cannot make these at present.

CamInHead
22-01-2011, 17:53
Are you doing the 5x114 to 4x114 spacers ?