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I got some factory 20"s for my 2000 I need spacers?

I picked up a set of factory 20s and the pics are below. They need to come out some at full lock they rub the spring.





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you need some 2" spacers. Look at wheeladaptor.com He has the best ones money can buy. Stay away from the ebay crap.

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What does everyone think of running spacers. The ones I saw online all had pressed in studs. That dont sound real good going into aluminum. Will 2" be enough? I really like these rims but if they wont work I will get something else.

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I am running freds 2" spacers front and rear, Wheeladapter.com. they have been great. good quality, make shure you get hubcentric spacers. +1 on no ebay crap, went that route and had 7 studs snap off on 1 spacer in less than 300 miles. I have been running freds spacers for 70k miles with zero issues

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Ya I dont think I will be putting spacers on my truck. Fred makes a great spacer but 640 bucks for them makes the these wheels pretty expensive. Well looks like I will have a set of factory 20s for sale soon.

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Ya I dont think I will be putting spacers on my truck. Fred makes a great spacer but 640 bucks for them makes the these wheels pretty expensive. Well looks like I will have a set of factory 20s for sale soon.
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