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Old 07-29-2013, 04:10 AM
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Originally Posted by HULK View Post
hey TRCM- Would I need a wheel spacer for the front wheels if I run a 35 on the stock wheel?
yes most likely. the issue is the width of a 35"
tire. not the height. if you get a tire like my federals, they run like 11" not 12.5" so u wouldn't need a spacer probably. now nitto trail graps that run OVER 12.5" you would def need a spacer.

I'd save up and get a set of offset wheels. they look better and allow you to run wider tires without a spacer. but if u have to run ur stock wheels. have the shop install them and deal with rubbing until u get home and put the spacers on yourself
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