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post #1 of 8 Old 08-13-2012, 05:58 PM Thread Starter
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Hubcentric spacers for f250???

Anyone know where to get hubcentric spacers for the older 1999-2004 super duties? I assume if we go with hubcentric aluminum spacers are fine? I know some depate over steel and aluminum in these?

PNP on ebay sells hubcentric 2 inch spacers for about 110. Seems fair in price over 600 for wheeladapters.com?

Please chime in if you have spacers, recommendations, etc on the subject.

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It's tempting to cheap out on certain components on your truck, but when when it comes down to a 2" wheel adapter thats holding your wheels to your truck, I would be more than willing to spend the extra money for a peace of mind. Just think, if that aluminum EVER failed down the road, I bet you would wish that you spent that extra couple hunderd dollars for a steel one. It could save you huge headaches, repair bills or even you life.

I was stuck in the same situation as you a few months ago (steel vs aluminum) but I think I will be happy with my choice knowing that the steel ones will stand up. Aluminum could fatigue over time, these trucks are not light, I wouldn't want to take the chance!

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wheel adapters . com , fred goreske ??? they are pricey , but if you want spacers, this is the guy.

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We have spacers...These are U.S. Alcoa 6061t6 billet aluminum, Lifetime warrentee, hub-centric and wheel-centric The spacers are roughly 3-5 times stronger than the Ford cast 20" wheels .

PM me if I can help.
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Cary, How much do these sell for?

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Depends on what thickness you want ...please PM or email me for additional info-prices etc.
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spacers for sale

Hello Cary, really interested in your spacers. I want hubcentric, 2 inch spacers. Also I wanted to make sure they fit both the front and back of a 2000 f250? I have heard some people need to bore out the center on some spacers to fit the rear? Anyways let us know, I think I am not the only one interested in your spacers.


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Please PM or email me for additional info-prices etc. plus any other info that I'll need.

If you live outside the 48 states I'll need your zip or postal code.
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