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TT wheel spacers any one runnin?

Is any one runnin the Trail tough or Spidertrax 1.25 wheel spacers? If so do you have to cut the stock studs down.Im runnin 31 11.5 LTB's on stock rims ( I think ). They have about 4" BS and are about 8" wide...anyway they rub the springs.I would have ordered new rims but I plan on runnin 33 13.5 LTB's buy the end of the summer after some more mod's.

I dont feel like replacing all the studs when I get the new rims....dig me?
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Re: TT wheel spacers any one runnin?

I have run a number of makes of spacers, but never the TT or Spidertrax. Those are two of the best companies out there IMHO though. Anyway, I have never seen a set of spacers that you couldn't use the stock studs, that would be a DRAG. Looking at the pics, I am sure they are a bolt-and-go setup.
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Re: TT wheel spacers any one runnin?

I'm running 1.25" spacers...I bought them used so I'm not sure who made them. But they just bolt straight on. You do not have to cut or change the stock studs.

I'm running 8" rims with 4" backspacing and 31x10.50's
I have plenty of room...but I'm not sure if you can fit 33x13.50 with out them rubbing...it'll be close.
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Re: TT wheel spacers any one runnin?

Yup, they work without cutting your old studs off. You bolt the spacers to your old studs and then there are studs on the spacers that you bolt the rimms to. Easy as pie...
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Re: TT wheel spacers any one runnin?

I run spacers with 7" rims, 3" b/s and 32x11.50s and my lugs will definitely get into th springs at times..be forwarned
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Re: TT wheel spacers any one runnin?

I have a set I just got them before I head out to sea again this time but yeah they fit with out cutting the studs .. great quality too even come with new lugnuts
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Re: TT wheel spacers any one runnin?

Cool man...because I ordered them from TT yesterday before I read any of your replies. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

Thanks anyway !
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