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Old 12-24-2010, 11:57 AM
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If I do get spacers to for bigger tires down the road, do I only get spacers for the front? If so, would it look odd with spacers on the front but not on the back? Thanks for all the help!
Technically you only need the spacers in the front to clear the bolt but i think it would look awkward to just have them in the front.
Rough country makes the spacers that fit the wk. (It does say JK only but i confirmed with RC they will fit the WK)
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Old 12-24-2010, 12:18 PM
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Re: Rough Country WK LIft

Yea Im with drew on that one. If your going to buy spacers for the front get them for the back too.
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Re: Rough Country WK LIft

Well for now, all I can ,afford is the lift kit. So I'll use my stock wheels. But once I can afford some 265/70s ill get the spacers front and back, pry upgrade the shocks, and possibly do the pinch weld mod, all while using stock rims! Sound good to you guys? Think that will work together?
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Well for now, all I can ,afford is the lift kit. So I'll use my stock wheels. But once I can afford some 265/70s ill get the spacers front and back, pry upgrade the shocks, and possibly do the pinch weld mod, all while using stock rims! Sound good to you guys? Think that will work together?
That should work perfect!
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Re: Rough Country WK LIft

i recently put some BFG 265/70R17's on mine and i just got a grinder and cut that bolt. i took it in for an alignment and while there i asked my mechanic if by cutting that bolt that i would have any problems with the ride quality. he assured me that i wouldnt. i just drove it from utah to florida 2 weeks ago and it was just as smooth as it was with the stock 245's. save some cash and cut the bottom of the bolt.
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