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Give me a break.
They are fine to use. Thousands of people are running them, including myself. I have aftermarket -24 wheels and 13.50 tires and I wanted a little more, so I run 1/2" spacers. Have for a long time.
The studs on a Super Duty are so long you don't need to worry about losing 1/4"-1/2". If you are worried about it, then buy the lugnuts with the shank. That is what you need if your studs aren't long enough like the Toyota's. There is still plenty of thread engagement on a Super Duty. Just be sure to properly torque the wheels and recheck them after a couple hundred miles.
Telling someone their wheels are going to fall off because they run a 1/4" spacer is hardly accurate info.
The adapters are fine to use also as long as you use blue loctite on the vehicle side and torque everything properly. They give you 2" typically though, so that will affect the tire size you can run a lot more than the smaller spacers will.
2002 Crew Cab Long Bed
4" BDS, 35x13.50 Cooper STT on 20x10 Black Rockstars, and other stuff.....310,000 miles and counting...
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