Just a question......why would you need spacers for aftermarket wheels? they should bolt on no problems. Only time I have heard of spacers needed was putting factory 05 or newer wheels on 04 or older superduties.
Hi my name is Rich, I am a cornerholic..........
2005 F250 Superduty crew cab, 6.0L, 4" turbo back, XPD egr delete (full up pipe),AFE stage 2 (dry filter), HPOP update (o rings, gaskets), headgaskets, studs, SCT tuner, scan gauge II, blue spring, zoo-dad mod, FICM update.
2004 Jeep LJ Unlimited. 4.0L, auto.....modifications to follow.
I used to have a 91 F350 that I bought these rims for and it was an 8x6.5 truck. So now I have the 8x170's and need the adapters to make them fit! The only issue is the offset, I may need to get wheel flares to keep them looking right.
My 4 door long box fits in my garage with JUST enough room for me to shimmy sideways between the back bumper and the door. Height wise, I think I have about 3/4 of an inch. Lets put it this way, unless I shovel the snow in front of the door, it won't go in.
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