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F350 Dually with 2" spacers on front to get F450 look?

A friend of mine has an 08' dually that he put 2"/ maybe 3" wheel spacers on the front and added the F450 flares. It looks just like a F450. So my question is, what are you'll thoughts on this? I have a F350 crew cab 4x4 coming in within a week and I'm thinking about doing this and putting on some bigger tires. Could this do any damage to the front over the long run? Any suggestions would be appreciated!
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Anyone who runs the 22.5's like mine has to have adapters which is basically a spacer and you never hear of anyone having problems. I've only had mine on for a few months but no problems. I also have a Jeep Wrangler with spacers all the way around on it with no problems. I read on a Jeep Forum before I bought the spacers for it, that many people will say they are bad but pretty much in no way will hurt anything. I could see it wearing out your front end a little earlier though. I'm expecting that on mine at least since I moved the weight of the wheel out a little more.

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