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Old 07-26-2013, 11:40 AM
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hub centric wheel spacers & level kit

anyone running 2" hub centric wheel spacers and a 2.5" level kit? want to level my truck and keep the stock rims, but push them out for a little wider stance. any unforeseen issues i need to be aware of? tried searching for pic's of this, couldn't really find any.

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I have a 3.5 lift and want to do the same thing with spacers for the wheels. Have only been able to find one pic so far. Would love to see more. I know some people are running the spacers???
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I'll subscribe to this one as well!
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anyone running 2" hub centric wheel spacers and a 2.5" level kit? want to level my truck and keep the stock rims, but push them out for a little wider stance. any unforeseen issues i need to be aware of? tried searching for pic's of this, couldn't really find any.

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Unforeseen issues vary from minor wear and tear, to failure. I would not use spacers on my truck, but if you do make sure they are also wheel-centric on top of the hub-centric you already mentioned. Then you need to pay more attention to how you torque your lug nuts, and how often you re torque.
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I ran 2" hub centric billet aluminum spacers for 50,000 miles and I ran them while towing my 8.5x24 enclosed trailer as well as a 30' toy hauler. They hold up fine. I got wheels since then and don't run them anymore. If you want them PM me, I'm looking to get 200 for all 4.
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