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Old 12-07-2015, 09:07 AM
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Which spacers for my jk?

Looking at 1.5'' spacers for the jk. Got the wife the leveling kit and looking to get the spacers too. The spidertrax for 100$ is what I was looking at. Any insight as to of those are good or bad?

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It's a 2008 4 door by the way if that makes a difference

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When i had spacers i used spidertrax.just remember to remove the washers around the lug bolts.or they may never come off.had two sets fused together and had to beat them off with a BFH
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When i had spacers i used spidertrax.just remember to remove the washers around the lug bolts.or they may never come off.had two sets fused together and had to beat them off with a BFH
Yes and just in case I used some Permatex anti-seize.
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