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Old 05-16-2008, 12:03 AM   #1
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$150- JGS DIY manifold- has a T3 flange
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$160- 4x100 to 4x108 spacers, 1" thick. brand new, I removed one to take a picture, the other two are still in the box.


$60- flyin miata replacement clutch with a brand new TOB. Clutch is used, but still has plenty of life left.


$10- pop up light/hazard switches and the 2 bobble vents, they work fine
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bump, obo, as always
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manifold is sold.
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PM sent on spacers.
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Parts arrived yesterday
Exactly as shown in the pic, thanks man !
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I just tried fitting one of them and found that the bolts do not line up with a set of 17" Mazda alloys. The holes DO line up with the hub, but not the bolts, their off by about 1/4" :(
Are you sure these spacers are for a miata ?
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I just tried fitting one of them and found that the bolts do not line up with a set of 17" Mazda alloys. The holes DO line up with the hub, but not the bolts, their off by about 1/4" :(
Are you sure these spacers are for a miata ?
What year is your car? I bolted 2 of them on my 1990 with a set of 16x10 Epsilons. I never drove the car as they were too wide with the adapters to fit...plus my car is still a project
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Also, you DO realize these were 4x100 to 4x108 adapters correct?

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I've a set of 15s on the car right now, I'll take one of them off tomorrow and give it a try. The car is a 91.
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and are those wheels 4x108???
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I just tried fitting one of them and found that the bolts do not line up with a set of 17" Mazda alloys. The holes DO line up with the hub, but not the bolts, their off by about 1/4" :(
Are you sure these spacers are for a miata ?
Another thought, if they are off by 1/4" from the new studs on the adapters then the bolt pattern on those wheels is prob 4x114.3....
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