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Old 10-03-2021, 08:07 AM   #1
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Default Need Assistance - Spacers/Hub Centric Adaptors for Fitting P1 wheels to 700 series

Searched, but didn't find definitive posts.

Just want to know what spacers/ hub centric adaptors are needed to fit P1 wheels to the live rear axle 745 wagon.

C30 wheels are 63.4 hub bore/ approx ET45-50 -

looking online 700's have 65.1 bore ET20 offset?

20/25mm spacers all around? Or less because the 17-18" wheels are all wider? I always get confuddled when it comes to calculating offset/width changes (most math, honestly)

Thanks in advance
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Old 10-03-2021, 11:18 AM   #2
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I like to use this so you get a visual of how the new wheel/tire will sit in comparison to the current one.
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700 wheels are 25et except for the multi-X which are 20et.
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You would want something in the 25-32 range
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Old 10-06-2021, 08:06 AM   #5
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You would want something in the 25-32 range
Hey Ben - Does BNE machine spacers with the necessary hubcentric lip for matching the desired wheel? In other words, can you make them as needed, or do they only come in certain configurations?
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Hey Ben - Does BNE machine spacers with the necessary hubcentric lip for matching the desired wheel? In other words, can you make them as needed, or do they only come in certain configurations?
We could probably modify a set here to have the requested CB on the wheel side. We try to stay away from customs though
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We could probably modify a set here to have the requested CB on the wheel side. We try to stay away from customs though
Understood. I'll have to check the CB on the actual wheels (Enkei, Advanti) & see if that matches anything you already do. I can find yours easily on the site, or are they hiding?
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Understood. I'll have to check the CB on the actual wheels (Enkei, Advanti) & see if that matches anything you already do. I can find yours easily on the site, or are they hiding?
Hope they are easy. Can always shoot me an email to get it sorted.
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Old 10-17-2021, 02:59 AM   #9
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Also make sure you check the size of the lugnut holes. If they're the same as V50 wheels which are also P1s you may need to use the original lugnuts. I ran Clavas (16x6.5) from a V50 on my 242 and later on a 940SE for awhile and the lugnut holes were much larger than on any other wheel I've seen. My stock 240 lugnuts pulled straight through the holes and the aftermarket lugnuts I ordered with decent sized shoulders were still too small.
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Old 10-17-2021, 07:55 PM   #10
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Buy the propus c’s in for sale section.
Buy a set of Ben’s extended studs and 25mm spacers.
Install is easy.
Bolt wheels on.
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Alex - what wheels would need 40mm spacing?
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Alex - what wheels would need 40mm spacing?
I don't know specifically. I ran them on a 240 with a set of V50 wheels.
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