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Paul Wisenbaker

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Looking for recommendations for wheel spacers: 18 Cleaver wheels stock wrangler tires. Want width without rub. Thank you
 

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I have 1.25" spacers. Not even close to rubbing. It's much more stable on the road, it doesn't have as much body roll. It made more of a difference than I expected.
 

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I have 1.25" spacers. Not even close to rubbing. It's much more stable on the road, it doesn't have as much body roll. It made more of a difference than I expected.
Did you have to trim the studs on the hubs?
What brand/where did you buy the spacers?
Thanks
 

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Did you have to trim the studs on the hubs?
What brand/where did you buy the spacers?
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No. The mounting surface on the factory wheel has pockets between the lug bolt holes so there was plenty of room for the factory studs to poke through the spacers. They didn't stick very far past the spacers anyways. The brand is Adaptech.
 

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No. The mounting surface on the factory wheel has pockets between the lug bolt holes so there was plenty of room for the factory studs to poke through the spacers. They didn't stick very far past the spacers anyways. The brand is Adaptech.
Thanks for the info👍
 

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I found a place here in SoCal called wheeladapter.com. They are machined here in CA and they use grade 10 studs instead of the usual grade 8. They are expensive at about $400 total for 4 but I wouldn't have to worry about them breaking off.
I ordered four 1.5 inch today. $365 total. Probably get them tomorrow or Saturday.
 
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I ordered the spacers yesterday and received them today. They seem very heavy and well made. I plan on installing them on Monday👍
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