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Old 10-11-2012, 01:58 PM   #1
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Bora wheel spacers from Motorsport tech

Just ordered some .750 wheel spacers for my jeep. The 16" wheels I bought only came in 4.5" backspacing so these should push them out to where I want them. Anyone else running these. They are wheel and hub centric and made in the USA. I will let you guys know how they look and fit and more important is how it drives. Not alot of info on these but they are the only .750 spacers out there.

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Old 10-11-2012, 05:01 PM   #2
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4.5" of BS is fine as is, I ran that with both 33x12.50 and 35x12.50 tires on my previous TJ. I added a washer under both steering stop bolts to prevent a little minor tire rub that only occurred when the steering wheel was all the way left or right but I loved that 4.5" of backspacing which kept the Jeep from looking like a skateboard.

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Im running the stock rubi wheels now with 5" bs. They rub on the lower control arms at flex. They looked ok with the stock fenders but I just put on the bushwacker style flat fenders and now it looks dumb. But I dont want to go back to the stock fenders they look like crap. I will see what it looks like with the new wheels and put the spacers on and see how it looks. There is a fine line where its just the right look. Tires not way out or way in. Thats what im trying to get to.
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