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Old February 13th, 2013, 04:22 PM
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Spacers for Boosts on ROW 110?

Finally a good junkyard find! Question, will I need spacers to put these on my 110? I have some lying around I was just curious if I will need them.
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Depends on if your 110 has drum rear brakes. If so, then yes (although you /can/ make them fit, with a die grinder and the rubber hub cap poking out the centre of the wheel.... rough method of fitting though)
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Depends on if your 110 has drum rear brakes. If so, then yes (although you /can/ make them fit, with a die grinder and the rubber hub cap poking out the centre of the wheel.... rough method of fitting though)
Ok, I have front discs but rear drums. Sounds like I will need to use my spacers, thanks for the info.
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If you'rs is a "factory" spec drum/disc setup (with the larger centre rubber cap and 23 spline CV's) then the alloys won't fit on the front properly either.

Spacers is the easy way to go.
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