arduino lis3lv02dq SPI

I am trying to interface 3-axis accelerometer lis3lv02dq with arduino over the SPI. This is the code, that I’m using:

#define DATAOUT 11//MOSI
#define DATAIN  12//MISO 
#define SPICLOCK  13//sck
#define SLAVESELECT 10//ss for /LIS3LV02DQ, active low
//#define RTC_CHIPSELECT 9// chip select (ss/ce) for RTC, active high

byte clr;

char spi_transfer(volatile char data)
  Writing to the SPDR register begins an SPI transaction
  SPDR = data;
  Loop right here until the transaction is complete. the SPIF bit is 
  the SPI Interrupt Flag. When interrupts are enabled, and the 
  SPIE bit is set enabling SPI interrupts, this bit will set when
  the transaction is finished.
  while (!(SPSR & (1<<SPIF)))     
  return SPDR;   // received data appears in the SPDR register                 

void setup()
  char in_byte;
  clr = 0;
  in_byte = clr;
  // set direction of pins
  pinMode(DATAIN, INPUT);
  digitalWrite(SLAVESELECT,HIGH); //disable device

  //interrupt disabled,spi enabled,msb 1st,master,clk low when idle,
  //sample on leading edge of clk,system clock/4 rate
  SPCR = (1<<SPE)|(1<<MSTR)|(1<<CPOL)|(1<<CPHA);

  // start up the device
  // this essentially activates the device, powers it on, enables all axes, and turn off the self test
  // CTRL_REG1 set to 10000111 (=135 dec) or 11000111(=199dec)
  write_register(0x20, 199);

// reads a register
char read_register(char register_name)
   char in_byte;
   register_name |= 128;  // need to set bit 7 to indicate a read
   digitalWrite(SLAVESELECT, LOW); // SS is active low
   spi_transfer(register_name); // send the address of the register we want to read first
   in_byte = spi_transfer(0);// send nothing, but here's when the device sends back the register's value as an 8 bit byte
   digitalWrite(SLAVESELECT, HIGH);    // deselect the device
   return in_byte;

// write to a register
void write_register(char register_name, byte data)
   register_name &= 127; // clear bit 7 to indicate we're doing a write
   digitalWrite(SLAVESELECT, LOW); // SS is active low
   spi_transfer(register_name);    // send the address of the register we want to write
   spi_transfer(data); // send the data we're writing
   digitalWrite(SLAVESELECT, HIGH);

void loop()
  byte in_byte;
  int x_val, y_val, z_val;
  byte x_val_l, x_val_h, y_val_l, y_val_h, z_val_l, z_val_h;
  x_val_h = read_register(0x29); //Read outx_h 
  // high four bits are just the sign in 12 bit mode
  if((x_val_h & 0xF0) > 0) {
  // comment this if you care about the sign, otherwise we're getting absolute values
  x_val_h &= 0X0F;
  //Serial.print("x_h="); Serial.print(x_val_h, DEC); Serial.print(", ");
  // read the outy_h register
  x_val_l  = read_register(0x28);
  //Serial.print("x_l="); Serial.print(x_val_l, DEC); Serial.print(", ");
  x_val = x_val_h;
  x_val <<= 8;
  x_val += x_val_l;

  // the LIS3LV02DQ according to specs, these values are:
  // 2g = 2^12/2 = 2048
  // 1g = 1024
  // if you use the sign, that gives a range of +/-2g should output +/-2048 
  Serial.print("x_val="); Serial.print(x_val, DEC);

  y_val_h = read_register(0x2B); //Read outx_h 
  y_val_l = read_register(0x2A); //Read outx_l
  y_val = y_val_h;
  y_val <<= 8;
  y_val += y_val_l;
 Serial.print(" y_val="); Serial.print(y_val, DEC);

  z_val_h = read_register(0x2D); //Read outz_h
 // Serial.print("z_h="); Serial.print(z_val_h, DEC); Serial.print(", ");
  z_val_l = read_register(0x2C); //Read outz_l
 // Serial.print("z_l="); Serial.print(z_val_l, DEC); Serial.print(", ");
  z_val = z_val_h;
  z_val <<= 8;
  //Serial.print("z_h_<<8="); Serial.print(z_val_h, DEC); Serial.print(", ");
  z_val += z_val_l; 
  Serial.print(" z_val="); Serial.println(z_val, DEC);

It is working correctly, but the problem is, that I will need PWM outputs for controlling servos.
When I try to reconnect ss to port 7 and dataout to 8, which are not PWM, and change the code:

#define DATAOUT 8//MOSI
#define DATAIN  12//MISO 
#define SPICLOCK  13//sck
#define SLAVESELECT 7//ss for /LIS3LV02DQ, active low

…it is not working. Even if i try to change only the port for ss to any other, it is not working. Firstly I was thinking, that they need to be PWM, but when I tried to reconnect them to other PWM arduino outputs, it was not working at all. Can you please tell me where did I go wrong? Why do have to be the wires connected to these arduino ports as in the code?
Thank You!

I don't think you can change SPI pins - they're hardware-driven, so pin-specific.