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Well since they're already on their way I'll have to figure it out. I like how it looks in the picture, but then again it's taken from the side and not from the front or back. And I'm the opposite because I'd rather not have the wheels stick out! I'm a little Looney myself!!!
If they are ordered and cannot be returned, I guess there is nothing you can do besides burn em
Im kidding.
Yea, those flares will stick out 2" from the body
So your wheels will be tucked way in.

You can always do wheel adapters in the meantime (not recommended), and if you did decide to go this route, make sure they are hub centric
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If they are ordered and cannot be returned, I guess there is nothing you can do besides burn em
Im kidding.
Yea, those flares will stick out 2" from the body
So your wheels will be tucked way in.

You can always do wheel adapters in the meantime (not recommended), and if you did decide to go this route, make sure they are hub centric
Why are spacers not recommended? Will it hurt the truck??
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Why are spacers not recommended? Will it hurt the truck??
It's an iffy topic!
Some are ok with it an some aren't.

I'm in the middle on this.
So that's why I said, if you do it, get it to be hub centric so the weight is still placed on the hub rather than the lugs.
Also, do a wheel adapter over a spacer as the wheels adapter comes with bolts (that bolt to you hub) and new holes for you lugs.

The largest spacer I'd run is 1/4 max 3/8"
But this will not bring your wheels out far enough to be flushed
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If they are ordered and cannot be returned, I guess there is nothing you can do besides burn em
Im kidding.
Yea, those flares will stick out 2" from the body
So your wheels will be tucked way in.

You can always do wheel adapters in the meantime (not recommended), and if you did decide to go this route, make sure they are hub centric
Why are spacers not recommended? Will it hurt the truck??

I just looked them up and they're like $50 a piece! WTF??!!!
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Old 10-28-2012, 12:51 AM
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Why are spacers not recommended? Will it hurt the truck??

I just looked them up and they're like $50 a piece! WTF??!!!
Yes they are!
And those are on the cheaper side, but sure will do.

I would do a minimum of 1.5" though
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Yes they are!
And those are on the cheaper side, but sure will do.

I would do a minimum of 1.5" though
What was the problem with using wheel spacers? Is it just thought of as cheesy, or is it bad for my truck?? The price for all four would be one new wheel!
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What was the problem with using wheel spacers? Is it just thought of as cheesy, or is it bad for my truck?? The price for all four would be one new wheel!
Spacers are ok up to 3/8"
You don't wanna go wider on spacers (different than wheels adapters) as your stock lugs will not catch completely.
Then you'll need lug extenders and you'll be putting weight on the lugs vs the hub.

But upwards of 3/8" spacer is ok, but your wheel will still be tucked.
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Spacers are ok up to 3/8"
You don't wanna go wider on spacers (different than wheels adapters) as your stock lugs will not catch completely.
Then you'll need lug extenders and you'll be putting weight on the lugs vs the hub.

But upwards of 3/8" spacer is ok, but your wheel will still be tucked.
So 3/8 is far shorter than the 1 1/2 you said I should get. I'm I seeing that right?? I'm thinking1 1/2 would look good but 3/8 of an inch would be safe. That right??? Thank you so much for the help!
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So 3/8 is far shorter than the 1 1/2 you said I should get. I'm I seeing that right?? I'm thinking1 1/2 would look good but 3/8 of an inch would be safe. That right??? Thank you so much for the help!
If you're going to keep the flares and do 3/8" spacer, I wouldn't bother.
What I said above was only an example
The reason why I say don't bother is you'll still be tucked under and it will make no visual difference.
So why do it and spend your $$?

If you want to do it right....
1) get new rims with a negative offset. -24 on 20x10 will get you flush
2) get wheel adapters. A minimum of 1 1/2", but make sure it's hub centric

Hope this clears it all up.
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Ok, so the fender flares have been cancelled and Trinity T-1000 is on its way!!! Early Christmas present to myself!!
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