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Can anyone give me a little advice on wheel spacers? i dont do alot of offroading, im going for style ...






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Old 09-20-2011, 08:46 PM   #1
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Can anyone give me a little advice on wheel spacers? i dont do alot of offroading, im going for style over OR performance. i installed some fender flares on my 08 and now my stance is alittle weak, so i was thinking some wheel spacers would work untill i got better wheels and tires to off set the differnce. any info on brands/safety/performance?
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Old 09-21-2011, 04:50 AM   #2
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1.25" spider tracs are generally the most common ones used. keep in mind, putting these on could cause problems with rubbing. probably not, but they could, depending on tire size, your alignment, wheels, etc...
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I'm using 1.5" all pro. They were cheaper than spidertrax also.
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i've got spidertraxx 1.25"....made my body mount rub worse (only in full lock-up) as i still need to do the BMC but i'm also running 305's which is pushing it size wise. with the spacers it throws my tires out just past the stock fenders on my stock TRD rims...



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I had to do Body Mount Chop also ... I'm running with 285/70/17's
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Hi dear there is naturally thing that if our vehicle wheel is look decorative then our whole vehicle looks great and beautiful so we should always use good and decorative wheels.

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