Can you post a picture as an example of what you mean ?
Need to find a performance shop. Or a euro shop. Spacers and weird fitments are the name of the game.Update on this, i decided against using spacers for multiple reasons.. I could not even find a shop to touch it and install spacers while swapping over the new tires to the mazda rims, that was my first red flag. Im going to keep the current rims, bite the bullet and have them fixed. While at one of these shops they recommended a rim repair shop that is local-ish to me for about $100/rim. Thanks for all the feedback.
Any reputable company has specific bolts that make up for size of the spacer.Because you don't run the risk of the wheel coming off because you did not have enough threads on the bolt to secure the wheel on. Spacers are installed on the bolts of the hub and then the wheel is installed on the bolts of the spacers.
You have 2 set of bolts. It is not as installing a shim between the hub and the wheel
you have to be careful as offset is from centerline and those are different width wheels.This Hyundai has options from 15” steel wheels to 17” alloys with off set around 40? Does that sound correct?
it appears the Hyundai has a offset of 46mm while the Mazda is 50mm?
I remember there was one building's "bridge" collapsed because the design changed from one long bolt going from 1/F through 2/F to top, to 1/F to 2/F, then 2/F to top. The amount of extra weight causes the bolt to break off in a party.There are 10mm bolt on spacers too