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      I can't say for sure that you only need 1/4" but I'm pretty sure that is all you need. I know B.O.R.A. is a popular brand but I think(?) they only make 1" and up. Generally 1/4" and similar sizes are just a plate that goes on before you mount the wheel. If using this style make sure your lug nuts can get enough bite to safely secure the wheel. I'm not recommending these but below is a link to an example of what I'm referring to.
      http://www.roughcountry.com/wheel-spacers-1096.html
       
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      I can't say for sure that you only need 1/4" but I'm pretty sure that is all you need. I know B.O.R.A. is a popular brand but I think(?) they only make 1" and up. Generally 1/4" and similar sizes are just a plate that goes on before you mount the wheel. If using this style make sure your lug nuts can get enough bite to safely secure the wheel. I'm not recommending these but below is a link to an example of what I'm referring to.
      http://www.roughcountry.com/wheel-spacers-1096.html
      Thanks so much for your help, are those rough country ones no good?
       
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      Sina3...just want to clarify, you'll need two different types of spacers for the front. One for the strut to level and one for the wheels to fit the wider tires.

      You were asking about Rough Country....is this what you were talking about?

      http://www.roughcountry.com/wheel-spacers-1096.html
      o-neg: He has already ordered the Bilsteins to level the front so will need no strut spacers. The other two types of spacers discussed were for the rear coil springs (he mentioned he will hold off to see if he thinks he wants them or not) and front wheel spacers to use his stock wheels with 35x12.50's. And yes that was the link I shared for the style of wheel spacer I was referring to and he asked about the quality.
       
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      Sina3...just want to clarify, you'll need two different types of spacers for the front. One for the strut to level and one for the wheels to fit the wider tires.

      You were asking about Rough Country....is this what you were talking about?

      http://www.roughcountry.com/wheel-spacers-1096.html
      Also have you used those wheel spacers before? Are they any good?
      Thanks again
       
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      I can't say for sure that you only need 1/4" but I'm pretty sure that is all you need. I know B.O.R.A. is a popular brand but I think(?) they only make 1" and up. Generally 1/4" and similar sizes are just a plate that goes on before you mount the wheel. If using this style make sure your lug nuts can get enough bite to safely secure the wheel. I'm not recommending these but below is a link to an example of what I'm referring to.
      http://www.roughcountry.com/wheel-spacers-1096.html
      I forgot to ask, if I use these spacers in the front, is the tore going to stick out more in the front than the back?
      Thanks
      O-neg if you could answer this too that'd be great
       

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