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Old 07-10-2018, 09:58 AM
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I have a 97 TJ and I am considering 2"wheel spacers. Anybody have experience with 2" spacers or any input on 2" spacers
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I have a 97 TJ and I am considering 2"wheel spacers. Anybody have experience with 2" spacers or any input on 2" spacers
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1.75" Spidertrax are the largest I've personally used. We ran them for 2 years without issue. Just make sure you install and torque everything to spec. I like to give the loctite a day to dry before I drive.


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I have a 97 TJ and I am considering 2"wheel spacers. Anybody have experience with 2" spacers or any input on 2" spacers
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1.75" Spidertrax are the largest I've personally used. We ran them for 2 years without issue. Just make sure you install and torque everything to spec. I like to give the loctite a day to dry before I drive.
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I agree, 1.75" and Spidertrax is all I would use as well. Currently running them on my JLUR. I check the torque on them every time I rotate tires.
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