To add to Marks note after you have cleaned up all the rust and debris, apply a thin layer of grease to the hubface which will make contact with the metal of the spacer, and also the lug nuts.
This will help them not to seize up over time.
Otherwise if you have to take off the wheel, you will have to literally kick the wheel out. Very annoying and if ther is any truth to O'Briens law (O'Brien law: Murphy was an optimist) it will happen at the most inappropriate time or place, but wait that is Murphy's law..he..he
yea thats weird, my friend was telling me that a reputable tuner wont sell the 10mm cause of some issues, but the 5 and 15 are fine.. weird, i wonder what issues.. maybee cause they arent hubcentric? anyways, 5mm have been awesome to me, love it ! and my friend has 15mm with absolutly no problems
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