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Old 10-10-2011, 02:05 PM
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You won't need a very thick spacer, maybe 1/4". It is true that moving the wheels outboard puts additional strain on the bearings but this isn't that much of a move out.

To avoid rubbing when going with a wider tire (up +2 or more), and you are also getting wheels, you need a bit more negative offset. Depending on how wide the whees and tires go, you might have to go to a +12 or a 0 or even over to the negative side so avoid rubbing.

A lot of tire and wheel shops will measure and/or test fit different combinations so you can make an informed choice.

For now, get some spacers.
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