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Old 02-03-2012, 10:04 AM   #1
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"White Horse" needs Space

Well I'm thinking of calling my truck "White Horse", cuz I've dumped over 5K, and I'm still sitting Bone Stock

lol,most of the guy's said to be paitent about bulilding a LT.
So I'm just piling parts up in my garage...

Gonna have to keep the stock rims for a while, see above.

The Question is do I need spacers to run 33"s w/ TC LT w/stock rims?



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Old 02-03-2012, 02:05 PM   #2
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i dont see why because your using the same spindle and hub
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I think the upper arms are thicker than stock though. Im pretty sure its the same thing if you just get UCA's, you either need a new wheel or wheel spacers. Im not 100% sure though
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do not run wheel spacers on a front long travel kit... just get new wheels
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i dont see why because your using the same spindle and hub
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do not run wheel spacers on a front long travel kit... just get new wheels
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do not run wheel spacers on a front long travel kit... just get new wheels
Sure, I'll get some used ones, what should I be looking for in terms of spacing?

My tire shop is 80 miles away, I'm just wondering once I install the LT I have,
will I be able to drive it home without gouging the shit out of my Brand new
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