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Old 05-12-2013, 04:53 AM
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Spacing out rear wheels ...

Anyone here run a billet spacer adapter ??

It annoys me how bad the rear wheels are tuck'd in compared to front...(almost 3")

We run spacers adapter here on muscle cars and such to correct wheel spacing issues...some with high torque numbers.

Product is a billet piece, and made guaranteed to last.

I can get an 8 lug, 9/16" 3" stud set built for a decent price ...

Thoughts ?
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Old 05-12-2013, 07:46 AM
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A few guys run them, but the general consences was not to tow with them, if ya like a couple guy did a rear axle swap drilled hubs and e series rotors Kause the 10.50 is about the same width as the d60
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Old 05-12-2013, 09:24 AM
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If this helps at all, i recently spaced out my rear wheels 2 1/4 inch to even up my wheel track. I used 2 inch all steel arrowcraft spacers and 1/4 inch aluminum spacer between drum and arrowcraft spacer. Towed about 1k miles and just the other day removed and inspected spacers while replacing wheel seals and everything looks 100%. Also running 40 inch mud tires. All lugs were still tight when removing.
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