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Jeep Basic's | How To About Jeep Spacers & Adapters.

Jeep Basic's | How To About Jeep Spacers & Adapters.
Installing Wheel Spacers & Wheel Adapters | Morris 4×4 Center Blog



Looking to run a bigger and wider tire on your Jeep CJ? Reducing the back spacing that your factory wheel has will allow you to run a larger tire. You can either buy a set of new wheels with less back spacing or, install a high quality wheel spacer. Whether you are looking to keep the factory wheels because you like the look or are on a small budget. Installing a set of wheel spacers is the answer for you. Most spacers and adapters are constructed out of 6061 T6 anodized aluminum for corrosion resistance. All of the wheel spacers we sell are designed to be hubcentric, come with pre-installed wheel studs, and everything you will need for proper installation.

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