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Old 10-24-2013, 04:47 PM
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There's no real way to measure first to see if you'll need them. What you could do is buy them and then try to mount your wheels and tires without them first and if it works, return the spacers. But you will want to have them on hand in case you do need them.

I know Rough Country makes them as well as a few other companies. You can get them through Bully's Performance or maybe check with your local auto suppliers if you want to get some in person which might make returning them easier if you don't need them.
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