^^^This^^^Motorsport Tech is the company you want to buy the spacers from. They make the best wheel spacers/adapters around hands down. A key thing with wheel spacers is making sure they're hub centric, not lug centric otherwise you will have issues with wobbling/vibrations at highway speed. Motorsport Tech makes custom spacers for your application so they will fit perfectly on your truck. Lenny (the owner) is a great guy to deal with and will make sure you get what you need. Give him a shout at [email protected].
If you buy good quality, spacers you won't have any issues. I ran 2" BORA spacers on my 3500 for almost 30,000 km (18,750 miles) with no issues at all. Including a daily highway commute and a few times towing +/- 10,000 lbs. I'll be running the spacers again this coming winter when I put my stock wheels/37's back on.Whew, I'm having some serious debate here about getting spacers.. I just recently lifted my 2wd and my front wheels are sticking out about 2 inches further than my rear (I got a spindle lift) - some people say do spacers, some are saying don't do it or you will most definitely die (I'm being sarcastic, but it was close to that). I am torn. I want to do it so I don't need to get new rims, but on the other hand, I don't want to be cruising down the highway and end up in a ditch @ 70 mph.
I hear discount tire and alot of shops won't even touch your ride if you have spacers on it. Any truth to that?
I run the BONOSS forged wheel spacers, Hub-centric, fit well. I highly recommend it, they're awesome.What brand of wheel spacers are you guys running? These are going to be used with billsteins and 35 inch tires, Just don't know which brand is decent as far as wheel spacers go!