Five years ago I bought 17x9.5 + 38mm offset RPF1's and now five years later I got around to doing the wheel studs and installing the Enkei's. Unfortunately, I forgot what I had bought the 39/64" drill bit for and I didn't rheem the front hubs and I ended up messing them up. I bought a new set of timken's hubs/bearings, rheemed them, and installed the new studs. I also did a lot of maintenance on her as she's sat for the last five years. Unfortunately the Enkei's don't clear the Brembo calipers with stock backspacing, that's probably why I bought the extended wheel studs. Maximum motorsports has been really helpful with trying different fitments and we've agreed that 0.75" spacer is what's best for my setup (the wheel kept hitting my passenger side strut with anything less than 0.6" spacer and I run -2.2 camber). Now I need to run some spacers and hub adapters. As much as I want to support MM, which i have plenty in the past, I feel like $120 for two spacers is really expensive. I've found a few on ebay and other websites for $50 a pair and I'm wondering if there is really any difference in hubcentric spacers that don't have stud built in. MM area an aluminum alloy and most of the other vendors advertise theirs as T6 aluminum. I'm not even sure if these are going to fit correctly as MM says i'll have to run -3 degree camber to clear my fenders which is really aggressive. I don't want to spend another $300 on wheel spacers and they not be the correct ones and I can't return them. Any advice is appreciated.