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    Spidertrax OffRoad Wheel Spacers & Adapters Now At FUELED 4WD! We are now carrying Spidertrax Offroad wheel spacers & adapters. Great for spacing out wheels / tires for a wider stance and or rubbing issues. Also great for adapting wheels to axles. Many different widths and configurations...
  2. WK Grand Cherokee & XK Commander Forum
    I recently installed a 2 inch rough country lift kit with P265/70R17 BFG Rugged Terrains on my 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I was told during the installation process that there would only be rubbing at full lock. After a couple of weeks of driving I can tell I need to do something. So I would like...
  3. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    I know there are a bunch of other threads on lift kit installations... however I figure another couldn't hurt, especially considering that I am a newbie and fairly green when it comes to mechanics. I mean, I can change oil... I've replaced an alternator in a crappy car... but beyond simple...
  4. WK Grand Cherokee & XK Commander Forum
    Waiting on a weekend when 2 friends with jeep experience to help with all this since I have none. Hopefully in the next few weeks. Below is what I am installing: 2" RC lift Bilstein struts and shocks on order (thanks Kolak) BFG Mud Terrains LT255/75R 17 on JK Moabs (plan on painting black) My...
  5. WK Grand Cherokee & XK Commander Forum
    Anyone have luck with Rough Country wheel spacers over Spidertrax? They are only $120 for 4 instead of the $200 for Spidertrax...seems like a no brainer but want to make sure.
  6. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    I found a deal on CL for 2" spacers for $100. Are they worth the money? I have 10.5 x31's that rub a little. Ive adjusted the steer stop. I have old YJ rims for now. Should I spend the money? :dunno: Where else should I spend my hundy if not? I appreciate the feedback because I did...
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