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Old 05-13-2016, 09:09 AM   #1
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MB Battle bolt on wheel spacer

Hello I've recently purchased some cheap bolt on spacers for a temporary fix because my Battles rub my coilovers and they fit the hub and the wheel but when putting the wheel on the spacer while the spacer is attached to the hub the studs get blocked by the wheels. Unsure if they sent me the wrong spacers but the support team on Enjuku told me that the extra holes aren't used for that purpose which is odd since that should be the use and I've seen plenty of photos of people running bolt ons with Mb Battles. Regardless I ordered myself PBM 15mm wheel spacers. Anybody else run bolt ons with their battles? Thank you very much.
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Do the battles have recesses for the studs
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Do the battles have recesses for the studs
Like the extra holes around where the hub is supposed to fit in? Yes they do
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