I just got a set of GarageLine wheel spacers. This thread will begin with my first impressions. Then I will post additional info as I have some time to drive with them and see how they handle. I will make an install video when I have time next week but I wanted to get things started for anyone interested in the spacers. Also, pics will follow soon.
Their website is here, Wheel Spacers - Welcome to GarageLine.
Shipping: It was very fast, UPS service. Mine arrived in 1 day because they were shipped from Maryland and I live in Pennsylvania. The spacers arrived in a box with bubble wrap and some paper to take up the empty space in the box. The units are in very good condition on arrival.
What you get: There are 2 x 20mm (front) and 2 x 25mm (rear) spacers. Made from aluminum, very light weight (10 lbs. for total set) but strong. Painted black. They have recessed holes for the original car lugs and then there are new lugs attached for you to bolt your wheel to. They use a hub-centric rim to perfectly match the V. Included are 20 lug nuts to hold the spacer onto the car. I also, got a couple of Garageline decals, and a couple of MotorXs decals.
Price: The price is reasonable and on par with other quality manufacturers. Sure, you can get cheapo spacers on eBay and save a little bit of money but these are as good as the other name brands that are out there. At $220 for a full set, these can't be beat.
Installation: If you can change a flat tire you can install these. It is so easy and fast. Jack up your car. Take off your tire. Place the spacer on your car just like a tire. Tighten the supplied lug nuts to hold on the spacer. Replace your tire onto the spacer lugs using your original nuts. You're done. This is simple! Ten minutes per wheel, tops.
First impressions: I really like these Garageline spacers. They are very nice looking. The black paint is sharp and helps to make them not stand out on the car but still be attractive when seen.There is a white Garageline logo on the side that is also visible when the wheel is in a position for viewing. The install is cake for even a beginner. I love how the car looks. They do push the wheels out toward the fender but not overly so. I also think I will still have no issue dropping the car 1-1.5 inches when I'm ready. There seems to be plenty of room even with my 18" style wheels. No clearance issues at all. It looks great and it drives great, too. Handling is as good, or better than stock. Of course, I need to spend some more time driving it. Look for an update in a few days on that. The V looks more aggressive and acts more aggressive around turns. I have more confidence behind the wheel, as well. I would get these again and have no problem recommending them to my fellow V owners. Please feel free to ask questions. Pics are coming as soon as I can get them up.