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Good and inexpensive wheel adapters?

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I'm really liking the look of the new Rubicon wheels on the ZJ. I'm wondering if anybody has a good source for inexpensive but quality adapters. The ones I've seen range from 4-600$ per set. If that's normal, maybe I just need to pick a different wheel. :(
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Not sure where you are looking, but a full set of 4 adpaters should be about $100-150.
Somebody else on here is running the Rubicon wheels in their avatar, it looks damn good.

Check out

Spidertrax has adapters and spacers on there.
There's one in the "what will my gc look like" thread that I can't stop staring at on UC springs. :drool:
Got a set of these and didn't break the bank. I have used them for 2 years now with no problems. :2thumbsup:
I have jk moabs on my zj, I used spidertrax wheel adapters. They were about $90 a pair IIRC.
Good and inexpensive rarely coincide. Do some research and you'll see those who had failures typically used cheaper spacers, or incorrect installation. I'v yet to read anyone having an issue with SpiderTrax, which is why I decided to give them a shot.

And I'm a guy who doesn't like the idea of spacers.. they will be gone once I need new tires. I'll buy new wheels with proper offset at that time.
4-600$ for wheel adapters!?:rofl:

Look into the products/places mentioned above. That is an absurd amount of money for a set of wheel spacers
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