post #1 of Old 09-27-2006, 08:55 PM Thread Starter
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1.25 wheel spacers

Whered you get yours from i looked at spyder track or what ever and it will be 200 for 1.25 spacers I might as well get some soft 8's for that kind of $

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post #2 of Old 09-27-2006, 09:16 PM
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Thats the point most of the time, it is the same price to buy new wheels as it is to buy spacers...spacers are more designed for running a wheel that isn't available in the bolt pattern & back spacing you need.

You get what you pay for - you don't want some crappy spacers on there that will fail.

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Couple of guys, "very intelligent forum members" Blaine and 10achik( ) run these and approve them

http://www.ezaccessory.com/Wheel_Adapters_s/25.htm

They're what I plan on getting some time...just dropped another $300 on books today

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Couple of guys, knuckle heads Blaine and 10achik( ) run these and approve them

http://www.ezaccessory.com/Wheel_Adapters_s/25.htm

They're what I plan on getting some time...just dropped another $300 on books today
Thanks!!!

Yeah i might just get some steelies and save my purty silverblades

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Couple of guys, knuckle heads Blaine and 10achik( ) run these and approve them

http://www.ezaccessory.com/Wheel_Adapters_s/25.htm

They're what I plan on getting some time...just dropped another $300 on books today
I have had them for 10 months with no problems.

Tim also bought wheel adapters for his Toy8" from them!

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I like the way the silverblades look...but probably for the next set of tires I will be getting some 15x10 steelies for my 35x12.5's

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I like the way the silverblades look...but probably for the next set of tires I will be getting some 15x10 steelies for my 35x12.5's
No you want 15x8's

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I want the 33x12.5" rims

Yeah probably I doubt I would ever put anything bigger than 35x12.5 on it so the 15x8's would work best.

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200 dollars for spacers!!!!

The hell with that over priced garbaged. I'll have my cousin machine one on the laz in 10 minutes during highschool shop.

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