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I am running 33s unlifted and on sharp turns I rub on the radius arm. I am happy with the height and at the moment its more than I need so I dont want to lift it. I was wondering if I got a set of wheel spacers if it would solve the issue.

Anyone know?

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NJB
 

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Wheels with a different offset would be a lot better than wheel spacers.
 

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Ahh...the dreaded wheel spacers... :goodfinge


I wouldn't use spacers but hey, it's your truck.
 

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From a guy who has sheared off lugs on both the front and rear of my truck, I wouldn't advise using spacers. Look up the Cragar Soft 8's on Summit, they're almost as cheap as buying a REAL set of wheel spacers.
 

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redwagon said:
or adjust out your steering stops.
this sounds like the right way till I change wheels, thanks. I am searching for a writeup on how to do this if anyone knows of one.
 

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njbuck said:
this sounds like the right way till I change wheels, thanks. I am searching for a writeup on how to do this if anyone knows of one.
Unscrew the steering stop bolt on the back of each knuckle until the tire does not hit the radius arm at full lock.

There's your write-up.
 

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Dustball said:
Unscrew the steering stop bolt on the back of each knuckle until the tire does not hit the radius arm at full lock.

There's your write-up.
Thanks, I am really new to this stuff.
 
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