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I've been toying with the idea of a 1.5" or 1.25" spacer for my truck but I haven't heard much about them.
I'm too big of a fan of the OEM wheel to go aftermarket, but I still want a little wider stance. I didn't know if anyone here had tried it out and if so, what size are did you go with... Pics??

If I cant find one, I may just have to go with this wheel
http://www.fueloffroad.com/cleaver-d574-w-25115.htm
 

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I don't have them on my truck yet, but I ran 2" spacers on my Jeep. As long as you get a quality spacer you shouldn't have any problems.
 

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I have 1.25 spacers on the front of mine. It does cause a lot of rubbing with bigger tires. I have to clearance the fenders and A pillar to make them work. It does look better to get the tires to match the fender edge.
 

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I had spacers on my jeep tj yes it gave me a wider stance but I think it's best to stay stick when it comes to things like that.. I like the oem wheel too so I'll stick with it. I think 265/65/17 tires look perfect on the truck, perfect tire width not too wide not the slim.

My jeep got a lot more annoying creaking sounds after adding them.
 

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I've been toying with the idea of a 1.5" or 1.25" spacer for my truck but I haven't heard much about them.
I'm too big of a fan of the OEM wheel to go aftermarket, but I still want a little wider stance. I didn't know if anyone here had tried it out and if so, what size are did you go with... Pics??

If I cant find one, I may just have to go with this wheel
http://www.fueloffroad.com/cleaver-d574-w-25115.htm
I went with a pair of spacers that mount on top of the struts 2.5 inch, found on Amazon for 89.00 leveled truck. Then put a pair of Firestone airbags on the back. Way happy!
 
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