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I have a 2005 and I wanted to get spacers for my rear wheels. I can't remember the exact dimensions, but I was told that 1/2" spacers wouldn't work because I wouldn't beable to get enough "turns" on the lug nuts. They said I had to go with at least 1.75 - 2.0" spacers. Essentially, the new spacers would have 8 new bolts and the existing 8 bolts would be covered by the spacer. These would have been CNC'd out of billet aluminum. Decided to not do it because then my tires would stick out past the fenders too much.
 

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I put 1.5 spacers on the front of my truck the other day. Like the looks but now my tire rubs the mud flap on the right side only. Even with the bars cranked, just don't get it.
 

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Correctrack makes the spacers for the rear. I have them and they work good.
 

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Fred Goeske makes a good set of spacers also, and he will talk with you to make sure you get what you need. See Fred here--> http://www.wheeladapter.com/

JP
 
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