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Old 10-30-2010, 10:43 PM   #1
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Will the wheel spacers cause any rubbing issues? I am considering the 1.5 inch spacers & I am running 265X75R16 Duratracs at stock height. Also, what are the differences between the All-Pro & Spidertrax spacers, other than the color?
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Ya I rub with 265 70 with 3" lift..ima bout to get trail gear 2 or 3" spacers
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Your tires are still rubbing with the 3" lift!? Is it due to the width of your after market rims? I am sticking with the stock 08 SR5 rims, at least for now. Won't bigger spacers make the rubbing worse?

Where are they rubbing? Do they rub during normal driving or only at full turn (like when backing out of a driveway)? I don't think I will get them if I have to chop off parts of the fender or wheel well.

I was also kind of hoping for some input from the vendor on this question, too.
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Will the wheel spacers cause any rubbing issues? I am considering the 1.5 inch spacers & I am running 265X75R16 Duratracs at stock height. Also, what are the differences between the All-Pro & Spidertrax spacers, other than the color?
There's no difference between our spacers, other than ours aren't anodized. You'll likely rub when at full turn with no lift, so see how much room you have now.
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I have no rubbing issues, I have 265/75/16, 3" spacer lift with 1.5 all pro wheel spacers.
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Your tires are still rubbing with the 3" lift!? Is it due to the width of your after market rims? I am sticking with the stock 08 SR5 rims, at least for now. Won't bigger spacers make the rubbing worse?

Where are they rubbing? Do they rub during normal driving or only at full turn (like when backing out of a driveway)? I don't think I will get them if I have to chop off parts of the fender or wheel well.

I was also kind of hoping for some input from the vendor on this question, too.

yea i was rubbing on the plastc..everytime i would sharply turn the wheels, i would hear a nasty grinding noise.;.but i just trimmed the plastic liner crap..before the spacers i think it may have rubbed on the sway bar..there are like grind marks on them
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I have a 3'' lift and i just put Nitto Terra Grapplers 285/75/17 and i have rubbing on my UCAs when not at full lock out. I am looking at getting the 1.25'' all pro hubcentric spacers. Can i get anyone else's opinion on this?
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