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more specifically the H&R wheel spacers designed for Toyota 5 lugs. what does the project entail?

might do this project down the line and figuring out if its worth doing on my own, or if a shop should do it.
 

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i have 5mm ones in the back, i didnt change out the studs. but now i bought a set of 15mm ones, which i will have to change the studs...
 

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skamikaze said:
more specifically the H&R wheel spacers designed for Toyota 5 lugs. what does the project entail?

might do this project down the line and figuring out if its worth doing on my own, or if a shop should do it.
Spacers as a project?
1. Jack car up.
2. Loosen lugs.
3. Pull wheel off.
4. Slide spacer over hub and lugs.
5. Put wheel back on.
6. Tighten/torque lugs.
7. Get car off jack.

if you have thicker than 5mm or so, you'll probably want longer studs...I've never done that, but I don't imagine it's much of a "project" either.
 

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yes, this would be more than 5mm so it's not jus an add on, this would require longer studs. im jus wonderin how hard it would be to remove and put in new wheel studs. and also if it would require takin off the calipers and stuff.
 
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