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Old 12-26-2012, 01:34 AM
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Re: Rocky Road WK2 Wheel Spacers - Don't Buy

You get what you pay for.

Go for Spider Trax's.
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Spacers/adapters are iffy.
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Re: Rocky Road WK2 Wheel Spacers - Don't Buy

The new WK2's have a different stud size than the previous year Jeeps. When ordering WK2 spacers make sure they are 14mm x 1.5 studs. When spacers are build correctly, hub and wheel centric you shouldn't have any problems. Make sure they are not the cheap Chinese ones. Those usually are made to fit as many vehicles as possible.
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