safety? As long as it's hubcentric and a quality made spacer made of billet aluminum, should be no different than low offset wheels. I've had 32mm spacers on my old 740, and they were solid. No issues.too much? maybe, maybe not but I wouldn't run anything bigger then a 15mm in the rear or it will rub and there is the question of safety with a spacer that big.
Ok. I just wouldn't be buying a 20mm spacer off ebay for $10 is all I'm sayingsafety? As long as it's hubcentric and a quality made spacer made of billet aluminum, should be no different than low offset wheels. I've had 32mm spacers on my old 740, and they were solid. No issues.
I would recommend sending an e-mail or calling novustech before you order to check if they have the spacers in stock.I'm using this website novustech.ca
Threadjacking a bit... I've learned I can hand wash and dry my car down to about 20 degrees F before the water freezes too quickly. My trick: use the wax rinse as much as possible; it seems to be warmer that the soapy or rinse water. I also keep my car running in the self serve bay with the climate control temp on hot and fan on high blowing through the dash vents. After washing with warm bucket of soapy water, I first dry the fenders and front/rear bumper covers. The engine keeps the hood from freezing, and the interior fan keeps the other panels (roof, doors, quarter panels, tailgate) and glass from freezing so fast. They I drive home (approx 3 miles), pull in my heated garage, and dry the door jambs.Don't mind my car, its dirty and its 48 degrees outside