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Billet spacers finally came in .....

I know some of you will cringe, but this should set my rear wheels where they should be.
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OOhhhhhh, shiny.

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Too shiny, not me....

They will recieve a flat black treatment.

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The local speed shop had a wheel hub dyno.

So when tubbed cars came in, they would run stacked 4" spacers due to the narrowed rearends .... running 800 to 1000 hp pulls at times.

Hmmm, makes me feel better about their strength.

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Here ya go .... Finally got around to installing them .....
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It Looks so much better ....
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Hub Depth difference ......
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Billet steel right?
Arrowcraft?

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Wow that's a huge difference, where did you get those?

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He had these made from this guy here. I builds it all.

We use them a lot for our wheel fitment issues on customers rides.

Wheel Adapters, Wheel Spacers, Hub Rings, and much more! | Motorsport Tech

It looks much better....
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Dude even makes TRACTOR spacer adapters .....

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Yeah, not so sure I would trust aluminum spacers on a 7500lb pickup
I prefer the Billet Steel $200(pair) from Arrowcraft

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