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Travis1024

Leveled Silverado/Sierra Wheel Spacers

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Mine are 11.5 wide but yea I can see the issue with 12+ wide. I'm close with that size but no cutting or need for spacers

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Awesome to know!

 

was your rub pretty bad to begin with? Mine is actually more turning forward than reverse which i thought was odd. Mine rubs just shy of full lock, but if i go to full lock it chirps badly

Mine would only rub on reverse and turning and occasionally forward on turns through inclined roads.

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OP did you end up going with spacers? I'm looking into spacers right now since I really like the All Terrain package wheels I have.

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I have Camburg arms and stock wheels with 285 70 18 Nitto exo grapplers. No rubbing anywhere. This is with a little over 2.5 inch lift

 

Happen to have a pic of this? That's almost a 34" tire I've been debating.

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On 4/18/2017 at 2:07 PM, pewterliftedz said:

OP did you end up going with spacers? I'm looking into spacers right now since I really like the All Terrain package wheels I have.

I know this is a super late response to this thread (sorry, didn't see it until now), but YES. I did end up going with the 1.75" bora spacers on my 33s. I went from rubbing on the UCA to slightly rubbing on the fender liner at full lock. I feel pretty confident that if I would have gone with 1.25-1.5" spacers instead of 1.75, I wouldn't have any rubbing at all.

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15 hours ago, Travis1024 said:

I know this is a super late response to this thread (sorry, didn't see it until now), but YES. I did end up going with the 1.75" bora spacers on my 33s. I went from rubbing on the UCA to slightly rubbing on the fender liner at full lock. I feel pretty confident that if I would have gone with 1.25-1.5" spacers instead of 1.75, I wouldn't have any rubbing at all.

My wheels were actually stolen off my truck, so I went aftermarket.  But I can confirm that 1.25" spacers do fit on factory snowflake wheels, that's the setup that I put on my dads 16' Silverado.

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Did you have to trim any to make this wheel and tire combination fit with the 1.75" spacers. I am considering 1.25" wheel spacers with the same wheel , tire, and leveling kit combination but would prefer not to do a norcal mod.

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