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SP2 wheels on an SP1...

Is it possible?? And more importantly, is it simple? I have a wheel off an SP2 to go on, I was just wondering what else I need. I had a dymag on there, but after a crash, it's not exactly round anymore.

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Should be able to bolt right up.
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Should be able to bolt right up.
Oh really? Thought it would have been a bit more work then that!?
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They are a direct swap
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They are a direct swap
exactly
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Well since you're going from a Dymag wheel to an OEM wheel, you'll the need the axle spacers for the OEM wheel.
Most aftermarket wheels don't use OEM spacers. I know Marchesini doesn't (since I have them). It would be nice if they did.
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Well since you're going from a Dymag wheel to an OEM wheel, you'll the need the axle spacers for the OEM wheel.
Most aftermarket wheels don't use OEM spacers. I know Marchesini doesn't (since I have them). It would be nice if they did.
Well, just to help make life easier for you I'll swap my SP2 wheels for your Marchesini's. I'll even throw in the OEM spacers just because I'm nice like that
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Well, just to help make life easier for you I'll swap my SP2 wheels for your Marchesini's. I'll even throw in the OEM spacers just because I'm nice like that
No thanks, life is just fine the way it is.
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Ok, but just remember that when they become too difficult to deal with I'm there for you lol
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Ok, but just remember that when they become too difficult to deal with I'm there for you lol
No problem, but so far the burden is...light.
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