If you want to do more test fitting i have some 3,5, 8 mm universal spacers and an extra set of 15mm Project Kics sitting around you can borrow to try.
Thank you PreludeKing, I'll have to check this out again next weekend
1978 Yamaha SR500
2014 Cayman S
1991 Berlina Black NSX
2013 Toyota 86
The OEM studs on the hub are a bit shorter than other cars, and thus the lugs are shorter as well. One thing I noticed when I put a pair of integrated 25mm spacers on my rears was that the stock OEM lugs were too "short" for the integrated studs. The studs hit the top of my lugs before being tightened onto the wheel. I used some aftermarket conical seat lugs instead (BTW, it was not safe as the OEM wheels have a spherical seat).
Can you send me a link to where you heard about the failures if they're online.
this and it scared the crap out of me.
I ♥ NSX
There is a company in Cambridge that makes and sells spacers, studs and lugnuts/bolts in many sizes for a large variety of applications.
Their site is a little sparse right now but you can find them on eBay under Novustech. They also do custom applications.
I have no experience or affiliation with the company so you'll need to do your own research and decide.
not sure who owns thisone but it may help your decision about the stocks being pushed out
IIRC, this was the one for sale in Pickering?
Sorry if a little off topic... I got a good price for Advan RS 17x8 and 18x10 lined up in Northern Cal. Anyone know for sure before I blow significant $$: is the correct fitment for flush with the fender +37 offset front and +35 rear?