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Old 07-14-2013, 09:43 PM   #1
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2 inch wheel spacer to much?

Thinking about putting 2 inch spacers on my rear tires, I'm running 315's would that be to much to the point it's silly or what? Also concerned about safety issues
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Dude that would look incredibly stupid. Do u have 10.5 in in the back?
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Dude that would look incredibly stupid. Do u have 10.5 in in the back?
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Dude that would look incredibly stupid. Do u have 10.5 in in the back?
Yea, I figured it would look silly which is why I asked
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In the 70s, nearly all muscle cars ran the wheels 2" past the fenders, with air shocks to keep the fenders from cutting the tires. But I think the time has passed.
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In the 70s, nearly all muscle cars ran the wheels 2" past the fenders, with air shocks to keep the fenders from cutting the tires. But I think the time has passed.
I'm bringing sexy back lol
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Im running a 5/8th spacer and they stick out perfect
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if you want it to stick out time to get 345's on a 12" wheel. looked good on my friends GT lol
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if you want it to stick out time to get 345's on a 12" wheel. looked good on my friends GT lol
That's the only way it will look right.
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