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42 Draft Designs Spacers and Adapters

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    42 Draft Designs Spacers and Adapters

    We're pleased to announce that we're carrying 42 Draft Designs' new line of spacers and adapters. These guys know fabrication and design, and have a decade of experience building hard core parts for enthusiasts.

    They're entering the spacer/adapter market and have some products that are very relevant to us E30 guys. They've also added some pretty revolutionary features, including their modular hubcentric rings and moving parts-free 4 to 5-lug adapter design. All 42 Draft adapters utilize studs, which is improves ease of wheel mounting and alleviates the need to thread aluminum for the use of standard lugs.


    Their 4x100 spacers come in the following widths: 5mm/8mm/10mm/13mm/15mm/18mm/20mm/25mm
    (hubcentric & wheelcentric 57.1 starts at 13mm)

    Pricing - Per Pair (2)

    Non-hubcentric: 5mm: $45 /8mm: $55 / 10mm: $65

    Wheel & hubcentric: 5mm: $55 / 8mm: $60 / 10mm: $65 / 13mm: $70 /15mm: $70 / 18mm: $75 / 20mm: $75 / 25mm: $80

    Chrome bolts: $2/per bolt, any length

    5 to 5-LUG ADAPTERS (5x100/5x112/5x114.3/5x120/5x120.65/5x130)

    Their line of 5-lug adapters come in the following widths: 15mm/18mm/20mm/25mm/30mm/35mm

    Pricing - Per Pair (2): Starting at $150

    15-20mm: $150 / 25mm: $160 / 30mm: $170 / 35mm: $180
    (Add $20 to these prices for for 5x130)

    4 to 5-LUG ADAPTERS (5x112/5x114.3/5x120/5x120.65/5x130)

    As you can see, the design of these adapters is unlike any others on the market. The problems inherent to using threaded aluminum and moving parts to hold wheels to your car have all been addressed and improved upon in a major way.

    Their line of 4-lug adapters come in the following widths: 18mm/20mm/25mm/30mm/35mm

    Pricing - Per Pair (2): Starting at $200

    18 & 20mm: $200 / 25mm: $210 / 30mm: $220/ 35mm: $230
    (Add $20 to these prices for for 5x130)

    The best part is everything is in stock and on the shelves, so there's no waiting or any other associated hassles that come with custom order parts.

    If you're interested send us an email at and we'll get you set up.

    The pics don't lie, these things are works of art and extremely light.
    Last edited by 8380 Labs; 09-26-2016, 08:57 AM.
    8380 Laboratories
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    Any estimate on what the prices will be for adapters?


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    "All he needed was a wheel in his hand and four on the road"


      not at this time, we'll post it here as soon as we have it though.
      8380 Laboratories
      M3 Champs Poster


        In for the adapters.
        Photo By: D.Tek


          Originally posted by rsgm View Post
          in for the adapters.
          Your signature picture has been removed since it contained the Photobucket "upgrade your account" image.


            The first car I ever rode in was an e30

            Originally posted by Cabriolet
            Wish you the best and hope you don't remember anything after 10pm.
            1992 Mauritiusblau Vert
            1991 Brillantrot Vert

            2002 540i/6 Black/Black
            2003 GSX-R 750


              Do want adapters.


                will the width of the adapters for 4x100 to 5x120 be thinner than so of the current ones at 18 mm??


                  i'm fairly certain 18mm will be the thinnest, it's a matter of material thickness/safety.
                  8380 Laboratories
                  M3 Champs Poster


                    I'd like to see these adapters 'subscribed'


                      4 dapters here please


                        in for adapters


                          8380 Laboratories
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                            How much are the adapter?
                            SEE THE MOST BORING M50NV BUILD THREAD HERE:


                              as stated above, we'll release pricing here once it's finalized. ;)
                              8380 Laboratories
                              M3 Champs Poster