you can get a brand new set of i think 1" for 60 bucks on rough country. i guess it depends on the brand and if you really need them. its not a bad deal though, pretty much right on for a used set from what ive seen.
I wanted to keep my aluminum stock wheels for the time being so I bought Spidertrax 1.25" wheel spacers. It was worth it. I didn't want the extra weight of steelies and the high probability I would bend the rims up on rocks and such. The spacers will get me through until I can afford some nice aftermarket alloy wheels or beadlocks
I also have 1.25" Spidertrax, they've been working great. Needed them to compensate for larger/wider tires I put on. Definitely want to ensure they are installed properly and checked every so often. 2" seems wide for a spacer, puts a lot of extra pressure on things, 1.25" was the most I've heard that makes sense.
Im running 1.25" Spidertrax with JK Moab Wheels. Stick with the 1.25's. Love them so far. Be careful buying cheap spacers. Cheap spacers may not be properly balanced and could cause bad tire wear. Make sure to get a good spacer that you know is from a dependable company. Either get four spidertrax for $200 or get 4 new steel wheels with the correct backspacing for $200. Save up another hundred and youve got your choice between the two.