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Old 02-20-2013, 04:30 PM
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if you have to run spacers, go with Spidertrax. they are a good product. I run 1.5" on all 4.. gives it a nice agressive look and actually helped with cornering a little... I've had mine on for 7 months...since my 2"BB lift went on in mid June... not one single issue. *knock on wood*
I ran the same spacers for about 2 years until I got the Mambas without any issues. Spidertax are the only spacer I would ever run. With the Mambas no spacer required.

I run 265/70/17 right now. Going to go bigger soon. If I had the OME I would run 285/70/17.
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Old 02-20-2013, 06:07 PM
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Re: Trying to Find WK Wheels

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I ran the same spacers for about 2 years until I got the Mambas without any issues. Spidertax are the only spacer I would ever run. With the Mambas no spacer required.

I run 265/70/17 right now. Going to go bigger soon. If I had the OME I would run 285/70/17.
Would a 1inch spacer do the trick? I have a feeling I will just have to test fit a few different things since Im so undecided.
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Old 02-20-2013, 06:23 PM
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I am sure 1 inch spacers would work but when I bought mine spidertrax didn't have a 1 inch 5x5. They only had a 1.5. Not sure what they have today but I would go 1.5 inch spidertrax over any other 1 inch spacer out there.

But by wheels with the proper offset if you can.
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I am sure 1 inch spacers would work but when I bought mine spidertrax didn't have a 1 inch 5x5. They only had a 1.5. Not sure what they have today but I would go 1.5 inch spidertrax over any other 1 inch spacer out there.

But by wheels with the proper offset if you can.
Everyone seems to have spridertrax spacers, what's so special about these?
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They are the highest quality spacers made. The last thing you want is to buy cheap spacers. Cheap spacers are known to break. Imagine driving at 65-75 MPH on the HYW when one of your wheels just breaks off.

Spacers are the last thing you want to "save a buck" on. Buy the best quality buy spidertrax and have peace of mind.
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