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My brother installed my wheel spacers finally. It was my birthday present.. Before and after pictures I have had these for a year now.. I have had 2 back surgeries so my brother hooked me up:act035:
 

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Just wonderin why did you need or want wider track. Dont worry I aint goin to give you any $hit cause I have a lift and know how that goes. Why not offset wheels in stead, cost or looks? Hope your gettin better bro.
 

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Looks good. Last time I saw mine from behind and it looked great with the Falcon Rocky Mountain tires, maybe these would make it look even better. Do you have a link?
 

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I'll be getting new tires next year.. Just something I been wanting do for awhile.. Cheaper than tires..
 

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The spacers are an 1".. I have locktite on studs on spacer, they will not come off.. There is no rubbing at all..
 

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Red, Locktite are on the lug nuts that are supplied with spacers.. Not a lot though
 

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I did not have to shorten the studs...
 

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My brother installed my wheel spacers finally. It was my birthday present.. Before and after pictures I have had these for a year now.. I have had 2 back surgeries so my brother hooked me up:act035:


Hey just wondering what size spacers you used and if you had some betters shots from the front and back end?

Thanks it's looking good!!


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I used 1" wheel spacers purchase on eBay. Sorry my brother took pix for me.. They work great
 
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