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post #1 of 5 Old 03-15-2009, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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rough country wheel spacers anyone?

has anyone used these? any pros/cons? i am looking at them since they are cheaper than Spidertrax...


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I have never used them but I would say you won't have any trouble with them Nothing special about spidertrax except the annodized coating.

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hopefully I will only have them on for a year anyways until I can buy new rims/tires.

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I've used ebay spacers for over 100k miles on 2 different jeeps and have never had a problem.

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has anyone used these? any pros/cons? i am looking at them since they are cheaper than Spidertrax...
just make sure they're hub centric. The rough country spacer on their website are not. This is why theyre cheaper. Hubcentric is better for your rim and bolt flange. IMO not worth the $40 difference. I dont know how drastic your financial situation is though.
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