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Old 10-29-2011, 12:19 PM   #1
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Hi guys. Just wondering if anyone has experienced any oversteer while running wheel spacers in the rear. I installed them correctly. Even had my mustang mechanic even recheck. all torque specs are good and they sit flush and spin true, so its not a wobble. I do have a solid axle with 18x9 wheels and 1inch spacers. But this is my third mustang with a live axle, never had this happen before. Felt fine before the spacers. Hmm, is this common? Maybe i'll just have to man up and get some other wider wheels. I love these cobras tho. Cant seem to find a 18x10. Only 18x9 or 18x10.5 (that prob wont fit)
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