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20mm spacers fitted
IvorRedOne
 

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Post: #41
RE: 20mm spacers fitted

Did you inform your insurance company and if so, was there an additional charge for modification (UK) ?

Also, what about the turning circle? Did you lose anything in that department?
08-03-2019 07:11pm
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benzina
 

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Post: #42
RE: 20mm spacers fitted

In my case no 9 (Aust), i did not inform the insurance company. If i ever sell the car, i will remove them too. No noticeable change in turning circle.

2012 Dynamic SD4 Auto 5-Door / Indus / Black Roof / Vortex / AD / Style 7 Alloys / Panoramic Roof / Rear Vents / BSM / TPMS / Sat Nav
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09-03-2019 01:32am
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IvorRedOne
 

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RE: 20mm spacers fitted

(09-03-2019 01:32am)benzina Wrote:  In my case no 9 (Aust), i did not inform the insurance company. If i ever sell the car, i will remove them too. No noticeable change in turning circle.

Thank you for your honesty. Very Happy
12-03-2019 02:10pm
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psycho29
 

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Post: #44
RE: 20mm spacers fitted

(27-02-2019 09:42pm)Rein Wrote:  I don't have the car anymore unfortunately, still miss it from time to time, but the spacers functioned and looked great. No lowering springs were used.

Would you say your car handled better with the spacers? Now OEM feels very wobbly to me....

Thank you for your response, I will think about this now Smile
12-03-2019 02:14pm
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psycho29
 

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Post: #45
RE: 20mm spacers fitted

Buying them now! I've found these ones in Germany, 23 for the front & 25 for the rear. I've been told 25 mm F and 30 mm R is the maximum possible on the Evoque, so I went just a couple of millimeters less, just in case.

These are the ones I've bought:

[Image: SPV_A05_C_02.jpg]


https://www.hansen-styling-parts.de/epag...86%2B14091

Will post some pictures when I have them installed.
(This post was last modified: 15-03-2019 11:01am by psycho29.)
14-03-2019 07:24pm
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wungun
 

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Location: Kitchener Ontario
Post: #46
20mm spacers fitted

20/22 here on lowered springs...
OEM look, nothing radical. [Image: c98ba146188e57fc050d3c60ba359449.jpg]
15-03-2019 06:20pm
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benzina
 

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Post: #47
RE: 20mm spacers fitted

Mine are both 20mm. Not overly radical, i think its plenty too. Still looks stock, but as it should have come from the factory, to fully compliment the design.

2012 Dynamic SD4 Auto 5-Door / Indus / Black Roof / Vortex / AD / Style 7 Alloys / Panoramic Roof / Rear Vents / BSM / TPMS / Sat Nav
16-03-2019 01:32am
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