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Wheel spacers

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Bull22, Mar 8, 2004.

  1. Bull22

    Bull22

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    I just finished lifting the 40 with a 4 inch lift and I bolted on my 35X12.5 tires on 15 inch wheels. The inside of the front wheels are touching the tie rod end. I need to get some wheel spacers the kind that have the studs attached so you can bolt on the wheel spacer, then bolt the wheel to the spacer. Please let me know where I can find these.
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  2. kling-on

    kling-on Kool Arrow

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    [quote author=Bull22 link=board=1;threadid=12740;start=msg117101#msg117101 date=1078749881]
    I just finished lifting the 40 with a 4 inch lift and I bolted on my 35X12.5 tires on 15 inch wheels. The inside of the front wheels are touching the tie rod end. I need to get some wheel spacers the kind that have the studs attached so you can bolt on the wheel spacer, then bolt the wheel to the spacer. Please let me know where I can find these.
    Thanks,

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    Allpro has some that are only 1/2in and use longer stud to "press" them to the axle ... will do what you want and are cheap
     
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    Marlin has some that are 'clocked' - they bolt to the studs and then have a second set of studs for you wheel. They range from 1-3 inches. The 1 inch ones are $99 a pair.
     
  4. Bull22

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    Do i need to get spacers for the back too or can I just put them on the front. I found a good set a all pro looks the same as the ones from marlin. they go for 99.00 a pair.