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Does anyone have or used wheel spacers to bring out the stock TT wheels from the stock body? im trying to do it now since i dont like how its tucked in so much. If anyone has some spacers and knows the measurments and all so that the rim sits flush with some rolled fenders, i would appreciate it if you guys would post :) or where to buy them?
 

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I never had spacers on stock wheels, but I figure a 24mm spacer would move a stock front 8" wheel (+50mm offset) out to the location of my current 9-1/2" front (+45mm offset) and that would be a pretty good location based on my fit with no cut or rolled fenders. If you roll/cut a 1" spacer (25.4") sounds pretty good to me.

You'll probably have wheel stud problems if you do this and will need longer ones.
 

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the ones on the MVP site look like i wouldnt need to do any other modification but to jsut plug and play. but i could be wrong? i just want to know a good measure on what to get for front and rear rims. Thanks for the post!
 

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You're right, they have studs already. If you roll/cut you can "probably" fit the 30mm in front (my estimate was 25.4mm above). In the back though I don't like them sticking out at all so my estimate comes out to a 17mm or 18mm spacer. I bet Dusty would confirm other's experiences with those spacers and likely even with stock wheels.
 

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Thanks a lot!, ill contact Dusty tomorrow to see if he has any info on this. but i think your right with your measurments
 

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I was using a 1" adapter on the rear with widened stock wheels and 315's tires and they sitted flush with the rolled frnders ... I don't know about the front
 

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I was using a 1" adapter on the rear with widened stock wheels and 315's tires and they sitted flush with the rolled frnders ... I don't know about the front
Yeep Nick was right, 1 inch would be good. Thanks for the post bro!
 
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