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Is it ok to run wheel spacers with a 5x120.7 pattern? They fit on completely fine with no issues, but of course I noticed the (.7) after I put all four on. Its only .026" off our 5x120 pattern and I would "think" it would be fine since its such a small amount, but figured I would ask here first since I couldn't find any definitive answers when looking.

-Stock wheels on a V2 sedan
-15mm spacers all around
 

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If it makes you feel any better, they rounded up from 120.65, so you are off 0.005mm less, which is only 0.0025mm radius.

Shouldn’t be a problem.


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If using the slip on variety that goes over the existing studs, it will be fine, but in the case of factory studs, the studs will be too short.

If they are bolt on spacers, you should get the correct 5x120mm to prevent wheel loosening due to improper lug seating or a potential failure of the stud or spacer.
Spacers are not that expensive to risk using the wrong ones.
 

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If using the slip on variety that goes over the existing studs, it will be fine, but in the case of factory studs, the studs will be too short.

If they are bolt on spacers, you should get the correct 5x120mm to prevent wheel loosening due to improper lug seating or a potential failure of the stud or spacer.
Spacers are not that expensive to risk using the wrong ones.
They are hub centric with studs pressed in.
 
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