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Old 02-15-2010, 10:03 PM
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Never mind. Got my answer. Very helpful website.
Rogue Engineering Wheel Spacers (Pair): . . . Rogue Engineering . . .
Hey Marc,

Word of warning! You need to buy different bolts than the ones provided by Rogue. The size for the x5 M is M14x1.25, Rogue does not have this size (they only stock M12x1.5). I got mine from Turner Motorsports, bolt length for 15mm spacers is 40mm (stock bolt length is 24mm).

Also, spacers for the front, don't forget that the hub size is larger at 74mm, so these need to be purchased from H&R, as rogue so not make this size.

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Old 02-15-2010, 10:21 PM
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Looks great!

Very nice before and after photos by the way. Most people don't take the time to post photos from the same exact angle like that so you can really see the difference before and after.
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The spacers are from Rogue Engineering, about a buck twenty, not bad!

I really like how the wheels fill the fenders right now. I think even 18mm may work in the back.

Big, I haven't ordered the p40L's yet, might just roll on the stockers for this season. Call me crazy, but the stock rims are really starting to grow on me.

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Tom,

Thank you for doing all of this homework and your willingness to share it. I will follow in your step and order them today.

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Much better. Spacers are key on our cars. Love it!
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My spacers (and bolts) should be here today.

Tom,
You may look at getting a jackpad from ECS. It helps to keep from damaging the bottom of the car when you are jacking it up.

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Does anyone make a spacer that would allow the XM6 wheel to be installed so you don't modify the wheel for hub diameter diff, just the spacer? I am gettiing ready to order a XM5 and would love to put that wheel on it instead...
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Does anyone make a spacer that would allow the XM6 wheel to be installed so you don't modify the wheel for hub diameter diff, just the spacer? I am gettiing ready to order a XM5 and would love to put that wheel on it instead...

You are looking for an adapter? Where you would have the inner diameter of the spacer to fit the X5M and the outer to fit the X6M wheel? Not sure if it could be done. Might have to be custom. Wonder if you could get Rogue engineering to do a custom.

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