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TE-37's not fitting my 2014 Track Edition

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I think someone will know right off but what spacer is needed for the front TE-37 Volks (18x9.5) to clear the calipers on my 2014 track edition?  Also where can it get them quick so i can finally get my car back!  thanks

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It depends on what offset your wheel is..........also I don't believe the 2014+ with bigger rotors are able to fit 18" wheels.



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^+1 you’ll need to grind down your caliper bolts.

Why not go with the 10x12 setup and not need a spacer ?

Front Spec: 18×10.0 +35mm 5×114.3
Rear Spec: 18×12.0 +26mm 5×114.3
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