|03-11-2011 01:31 PM|
|IslandTJ||I run spacers but I don't have spidertrax, I run a set that i purchased on ebay. I don't use loctite but I do check torque settings (95 ft lbs) every time I rotate my tires. The only time a spacer fell under 95 ft lbs was after the initial installation when I checked after the first 500 miles, and it was only one spacer - passenger front. After I re-torqued the spacer back to spec, none have loosen to date, and that was over 4 years ago. Maintenance is key.|
|03-11-2011 12:35 PM|
|jeepjones||Maybe the studs in your axles are worn out or stretched, this would explain why they will not hold the clamp load. I would just go and get the proper rims/backspacing and throw away or sell the spacers.|
|03-11-2011 08:36 AM|
|03-11-2011 07:59 AM|
If they were Spidertrax (Blue) and the star washers were removed from the hubs, (lug bolts) and torqued as IG says, whether or not loc-tite was used they are solid as a rock and should never loosen-
Thats why the reccommend the torque/check procedure-if you don't do that-you'rer SOL !!
|03-11-2011 07:55 AM|
|ortizml86||I've got spidertrax on my 09 JK and haven't had any problems with them, even after I put new tires on them. sorry dude|
|03-11-2011 07:48 AM|
|03-11-2011 06:26 AM|
|Road_House||Take off the spacers. I was interested in them till a read all the treads about how bad they are for jeep and dangerous they are.|
|03-11-2011 05:59 AM|
Question/Problem With Spacers
I have had my spacers on my jeep for about 1 month (spidertrax) and 3 days ago both of my back tires loosened up, the lug nuts, and about fell off
I have had a slight vibration in my steering wheel but nothing real bad.
I need suggestions or anything to help resolve this.
Could the installation been wrong? We had a shop do it for us...
Thanks for any help guys.