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Old 11-05-2011, 10:33 AM
Stangshcky12 Stangshcky12 is offline
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I have a 2" level on a 2500 with 35x12.5x17 on stocks wheels with 1.75" wheel adapters.
Even though I'm running them I don't like to recommend them the only reason I have them is because The truck is so long and I literally need to turn lock to lock to back my trailer into the loading gate. Once I have to money for wheels the spacers are gone.
Even though I haven't had problems in almost 20k miles, they cause alot of stress to the front end. If you go with adapters you have to cut your studs for anything less then 1.75"
You should get hub centric adapters but they can cost almost as much as a new set if wheels.
The 1/4" spacer is an option as well. Usually fixes most people's problem. Again I'm just not crazy about recommending it.
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