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Old 07-21-2007, 05:08 PM
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Heres a couple shots of my new 315s. Oh, and yes they rub at full turn to the right. Thinking about getting a 1/4 inch spacer to go between the rim and hub. If there is such a critter, that 1/4 inch will let me miss the leafs at full turn. Do these spacers exist? and are they ok to use? Thanks!!



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looks good buddy! I'm not sure about the spacers though...
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Nice Tires and Truck!
Is that stock ride height? I am debating on getting some new Nittos myself, I just does know how big I can go on stock rims and ride height.
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looks good buddy! I'm not sure about the spacers though...
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Nice Tires and Truck!
Is that stock ride height? I am debating on getting some new Nittos myself, I just does know how big I can go on stock rims and ride height.
Thanks Fellas. All i have is an add a leaf leveling kit in the front. All else is stock.
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looks sweet..............
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looks sweet..............
Thanks Willy
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Looks great shane, to answer you question yep they make them, but im not sure if they make if for 8 lugs. might have to be custom made.
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Nice truck and nice tires Shane.
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Good choice of tire Shane.
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i wouldnt put a spacer between the wheel and rotor, it may cause damage to the wheels and or rotor and lugs, plus it is illegal to put anything there. you can weld some washers to the stops, where it makes contact to prevent oversteer to help keep the tires from rubbing. i talked to the guys at Les Schwabb when i got my new 37's and they said it is a big no no for the spacers and they would go ahead and weld some washers in there if i wanted them to. check into it.
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