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Old 10-31-2017, 03:35 PM   #1
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$200 shipped to your door (Continental US only).
Includes 4 aluminum hub-centric wheel spacers with lug nuts. Low mileage.
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take 150? and do you take paypal?
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take 150? and do you take paypal?
I think I have them sold, but will let you know. I do take paypal.
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Did you have to trim the factory studs? What size tire did you run with these?
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Did you have to trim the factory studs? What size tire did you run with these?

Did not have to trim wheel studs. Tire size was factory 275x55x20 Fit great, no need for me to do an alignment.
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Bump for these. Running them on my truck. Pushes the wheels out just enough without going too far and getting dirt all over the side of the truck. Just retorqued mine this weekend, and all were good. None needed to be tightened. Good product.
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Did not have to trim wheel studs. Tire size was factory 275x55x20 Fit great, no need for me to do an alignment.
I would've liked to get these, but I just checked my rims and they are lacking just a little bit of depth in the recess between the lug holes.

Studs are about 1" 5/8, would need 3/8" of recess in the rims and I'm afraid the ends of the studs would hit the bottom of the recess before the rims seated properly on the spacers.

Not sure I want to go with 1.5" spacers.
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Would u take 140 shipped to PA for them?
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