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I hope you realize that by adding spacers, you will effectively be changing the offset of the wheels which will change how the car handles. There are may trains of thought on spacers, some people say they are fine, others say stay away. I am in the middle. I have run spacers on cars in the past but with extended lugs, while I did not have any issues, they did introduce a slight amount of vibration at speed, it was really annoying TBH. If you are shelling out the money for Advans, I say get something in a size that is already the right offset to begin with instead of messing around with spacers. I have 17x9 et 45 on my car, if you are looking to stay in the 18" range, I would say 18x8 et30 will be a good starting point for a stock suspension setup. If you plan on lowering and rolling/shaving fenders you can get way more aggressive. 18x9.5 et40ish seems to be common. You have to also account for your tire size as you get more and more aggressive as well.
 
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