I have 2.5" aluminum wheel spacers from Performance Wheel & Tire and wouldn't drive again without them. Just do a google search, you'll find their website. I put two wheel spacers on the rear axle for $212 (includes shipping and lug nuts).
Just be sure and measure your two axles before you order your spacers. My front axle (Dana30) is 2" wider than my rear axle (AMC20). So I ordered 1 1/4" spacers for the front and 2 1/4" spacers for the rear. This should make the axles look as if they are equal in width and give me the extra stability that I am looking for.
'77 CJ5, New AFW Frame, All Fiberglass, 4" Suspension Lift, 33x12.50's, Full Rollcage, Superior One Piece Axles and LockRight In Rear, and a Warn 8,000lb. Winch
Sold: '79 CJ7, Fiberglass body, Chevy 350 V8, TH400 Tranny with Quadra-Trac, Full Roll-Cage
Well this is getting a little more complicated. It looks like what your saying is that I do not need to order spacers for the rear. I have a 80 CJ 5 same axle setup as yours. I only want to get them so the front wheels won't rub. How do I tell what size to order? 1 1/2in, 2 or what????
Well do you want your axles to look like they are the same width? If you just space out the front, it is going to look WAY wider than the rear. It is really up to you and what you are shooting for.
Yep, I have 2.5" spacers on the back and none on the front. They look about even.
Everyone on this thread has a differant opinion. Front only spacers, larger on rear than on front, same size all way around. What are the facts? I'm ready to order. I figure 1 1/2 for front and my wheels wouldn't rub. What size for the back? Is it reall this complicated?