seeing as i dont know much about shocks, how would i tell if they are blown? seeing as im running springs on oem shocks
Yea I was looking at those as well, but they were $50 more per shock than the Tokicos. I got the set for $560, i was thinking of buying them from across the border, but the custom duties would have been much more.Not sure if they have them for versa's but in other cars people have goodluck with kyb agx's when using lowering springs.
Yea definitely, you had yours for longer though and im surprised they've lasted. I wanna change mine before the snow falls, id hate to drive on blown shocks on snowy roads.thanks for the infor Aaron! and my shocks arent gone *phew* i've hit some bad potholes driving around too >.o hope your new shocks work out well for yah! let us know!
I use 10mm rear spacers with a shank wheel nut. That way the shank on the nut centers the wheel as well as providing more threadAs for the wheel spacers, if anyone was interested lol, I just used 5mm on the front and removed the 10mm in the rear. Since Spec-V rims are hubcentric, I dont need hubcentric spacers, OEM FTW. Now with the 10mm spacers, the rims wasn't sitting fully on the hub. The hub only protrudes 12mm, so there was only 2mm for the rim to sit on with the 10mm spacer. Wasn't safe at all, so the 5mm spacer gave me 7mm on the hub for the wheel to sit on.
The wheel stud bore looks tight for a shanked nut though, i feel safer having it sit on the hub more than having it spaced.I use 10mm rear spacers with a shank wheel nut. That way the shank on the nut centers the wheel as well as providing more thread
What color are you painting yours? I've thought about painting my SLs too but I'd rather get a set of SE-Rs(6-spokes) and paint those.^x2 I'm watching the repaint threads closely cuz i want to blast and repaint the SL rims when i buy new summer/AS tires, maybe 195-55-15, maybe next spring.