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Old 03-29-2015, 03:25 AM   #1
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Anyone have 1inch spacers?

Looking at getting some 1in spacers for the back was wondering if I would need to cut the stock wheel studs to get my stock wheels to fit ?
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2014 DIB 3.7 w/ sport shift "Blue Cyclone"

5/16" spacer should do it. Most common used, I have them all 4 corners.
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I would not recommend running a 1" spacer and more importantly cutting a wheel stud although for the life of me I can't figure out why you would.
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Old 03-29-2015, 11:03 AM   #4
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Well I was just on American muscle and they had the 1" spacers I didn't see a smaller one . the only reason to cut them is because when you bolt on the spacer the studs stick out and don't let you fit the wheels on so ice seen people just grind the studs off so they are flush with the spacer
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Did you have to get new wheel studs to run those spacers
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If you have the correct offset & backspacing, you shouldn't need spacers.
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I am likely going to order the AM ones later today, the 1 inch adapters for the rear. Will at least hold me over until i get my new wheels next year. Damn the 8.5 inch wide wheels.
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I am likely going to order the AM ones later today, the 1 inch adapters for the rear. Will at least hold me over until i get my new wheels next year. Damn the 8.5 inch wide wheels.

That just seems like money wasted when you could save that and put it towards new wheels and tires


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65 bucks versus almost 2.5k for what I want. Have other priorities right now.
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