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Old 04-18-2012, 11:35 AM   #3
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Hi Kyle,

Generally 265/75/16's are the biggest you can go with a stock wheel and no wheel spacers on 2nd gens. Anything wider, you will need a wheel spacer or a wheel with a max of 4.5 inches of backspace. I believe the stock wheels are 5-5.5 inch of backspace

Let me know if you have any other questions
Thanks!
Dylan
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Are wheel spacers a good idea? i was thinking about getting a set of four but im worried about extra stress on bearings? i looked around on here and cant find a thread to explain this...also is an alignment required
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Are wheel spacers a good idea? i was thinking about getting a set of four but im worried about extra stress on bearings? i looked around on here and cant find a thread to explain this...also is an alignment required
I ran spidertrax wheel spacers (hub centric) on my 2009 for 3 years/60,000 miles with no problems.
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