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2019 Chevy Trail Boss LT

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Recently picked up a 2019 Chevy Trail Boss LT 

 

Just wondering does anyone know what size wheel spacers I can fit to kick my tires out more to get a wider looking stance without any rub ? 

 

The truck just has the factory 2 inch lift and tires/rims   Looking for a wider stance until I get new rims and tires next year 

 

thanks !

 

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cant speak to spacers but i run 33x12.5 on my TB with an offset. my wheels stivck out about an inch and i have no rubbing issues

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