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Eibach 90.6.15.033.1 Pro-Spacer Kit, 15mm Pair, Chevy
Eibach 90.6.15.033.1 Pro-Spacer Kit, 15mm Pair, Chevy

Eibach 90.6.15.033.1 Pro-Spacer Kit, 15mm Pair, Chevy

15 mm Overall Thickness, 4 on 4.75" Bolt Pattern, Aluminum, Thread Pitch

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MFG. Part #:
90.6.15.033.1
Overall Thickness:
15 mm
Bolt Pattern:
4 on 4.75"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
GTIN Code:
803050235121
Center Bore Diameter:
70.5 mm
Wheel Studs Included:
No

Info

  • Widen Your Stance - For Better Handling.
  • Made from High-Strength Aircraft-Aluminum Alloy.
  • Precision Engineered Hub-Centric - for Perfect Fit and Wheel Balance.
  • Reduced Weight Compared to Steel Wheel Spacers.
  • Million-Mile Warranty

Application

1993-1997 Chevy Camaro
1982-2004 Chevy S10
1982-1990 GMC S15
1991-2004 GMC Sonoma
1993-1997 Pontiac Firebird

Notes

Original studs may need to be changed. Longer studs may need to be utilized depending on the thickness of the spacer but are no included. As the diameter of the center stud can vary, the wheelspacers only can be centered by the studbolts/nuts.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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