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Which wheel spacers? 1.5 or 2 inch

Depends on the rims, with my stock 18" rims the 1.5" spacers would not work because the studs push the rim out despite having cuts outs. I wish they did, I tried x 2, I am now going to try 1.75".
I have a 24 with stock 18's and my 1.5's fit fine without any modifications.
 
I have a 24 with stock 18's and my 1.5's fit fine without any
I have a 24 with stock 18's and my 1.5's fit fine without any modifications.
That is crazy, I have read both, I am not sure why mine doesn’t fit unless I am not getting it lined up right. I went ahead and ordered 1.75 hopefully this will work. Thanks for the feedback
 
Installed the 1.75" spacers, It definitely changes the look of the truck. I did notice a slight change in MPG but oh well!
 

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I installed Supreme Suspensions 1-1/2" spacers (AmericanTrucks.com). I believe the spacers made the steering a little less sensitive and more comfortable. I like the improved appearance of the truck with spacers, and the 1-1/2 inch do not locate the tires very far out of the fenders. Also, modern trucks need spacers in order to run Snow Chains because of the wheel speed sensor wiring. I have used tire chains on my TB many times now.
 

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