Originally Posted by wkearney99
Spacers are like anything else, you have to check the fit periodically to make sure their connection, and that of the wheel on them, is still tight. Depending on the spacer style that might entail having to remove the wheel first. Sure, it's work, but if you want the look then it comes at a cost. Can't just slap stuff on there and call it a day.
Like I said before, my cousin was a mechanic and was anal about his Jeep. Let's just say "your experience may vary".
The bottom line is, wheel spacers caused my cousin his life. With that said, I will never recommend them to anybody.
Jeep: 2005 WK | OME Lift Kit & 1.5 Rear Coil Spacers (3" of lift front & rear) | 255/75/17 BF Goodrich Mud Terrain KM1 on stock wheels (no spacers) | SCT Tuner with 93 Octane Tune | Fastman TB | K&N 77 Series | Pioneer 7" Double Din | Pioneer D-Series 6 Speaker Upgrade | Custom Rear Peek-A-Boo Camera | 5K TRS XB35 HID Bulbs & Mini Morimoto Retrofitted Projectors | Parking Lights Deleted | PIAA 510 in OEM foglight location modded for OEM foglight harness | 6K V-LEDS Reverse | 5K V-LEDS License Plate | 6K V-LEDS Interior | Custom Overhead Console Blue Ambient Light | LXHarness Complete Blue Interior Upgrade | 5% on top of 20% Tint & 50% on the whole windshield | Debadged
Bike: 2009 Yamaha Raven R1 | CrossPlane Crankshaft | Far from stock