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Help with wheel spacers.

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by MLB YOTA, Aug 10, 2010.

  1. MLB YOTA

    MLB YOTA [OP] Young Gun

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    Ok I know I'm going to get some junk on not using the search button but I have so many questions, I would be on here for 5 hours looking for answers.

    1. What wheel spacers will fit my Tacoma? I want to get them from this website http://www.ntwonline.com/Wheel_Spacers_C1017.cfm

    2. Wheel spacers come in pairs. I take it I need to buy 2 sets for all 4 wheels?

    3. Will I lose ride height with wheel spacers?

    4. Pics?

    5. Other comments that will help.

    I'm looking for 1.25" or 1.5" wheel spacers. I have a 6 lug. Sorry to be such a newb, criticism will be taken accordingly.:D
     
  2. poppasmurf009

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    1. I've heard nothing but good things about spydertrax spacers
    2. I've always seen them in pairs, but if you're trying to avoid clearance issues you probably only need them on the front. If you're just going for a wider look, then you'll want 2 pairs.
    3. No, wider, not lower/higher.
    4. *shrug*
    5. I'm sure others will correct me if I'm wrong about any of this.
     
  3. sanga700

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    Spidertrax wheel spacers make the good one on market . You need the Hub centric spacers which youwon't have vibration . Also they are 1.25" .
     
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    1.25" Hub centric 6 on 5.5 :thumbsup:
     
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    The CB on those are made for a Chevy, which is too small for the Tacoma.
     
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    i have them and they are great!! it has a really wide stance in the front!
     
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    toyotadude5 Breazeale- Pronounced Brazil

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    first, get spidertrax.

    They come in pairs. I believe $99 a pair. You will need 2 pairs for all wheels.

    You do not lose or gain ride height. You will be wider by whatever the width of the spacer is.


    Alot of people dont like them. Ive been using spidertrax 1.25 on my truck for a year now. No problems, and they give a nice wide stance to the truck.
     
  8. Zombie Runner

    Zombie Runner Are these black helicopters for me?

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    i had them and they made my tires stick out TOO far and rub on my bumper and cab mounts. however I already have 285 tires that stuck out a tad.
    I ran them for a week and took em off

    [​IMG]
     
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    still have them?
     
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    sorry to take over your thread MLB (op) im in the same shoe as you. i want wheel spacer on my truck is 95 with 6 lugs and manual lock device in the front. spidertrak listed on their site that to be NOt used on manual lock, but i don't know if its okay to use them with the lock.

    http://www.spidertrax.com/Toyota-Hub-Centric-Spacer
     
  11. Zombie Runner

    Zombie Runner Are these black helicopters for me?

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    nope, sold a long time ago

    call them and ask ;)
     
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    I just put some on the front, they made the stock tires and wheels look so much better.

    Spidertrax 1.25 hub centric, easy install, and no drive vibration problems.
     
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    yes sir. will do that. i think having wheel spacer will make it look bad ass.
     
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    just called spidertrak, and damn, they don't have spacer to fit my truck with locking hubs. man....
     
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    We have the SPIDERTRAX wheel spacers in stock, and ready to ship!
     
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    do they work with manual locking hubs?
     
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    i don't think they will work on ours with the manual locking hubs. I've checked and they listed on there site. I guess we're off sticking with what we have or get bigger tires or other spacers. i don't know if we use the other spacers will it cause more vibrations.
     
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    so i got the manual hubs as well and need spacers.have you been able to find anything?
     
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    Spidertrax for pre-Tacos fit manual hubs. I just installed them on my '90 Toyota Pickup. They are lug-centric, not hub-centric. Even got them at a discount in their scratch and dent section. Should still fit the Taco since the centerbore is the same. Just won't be hub-centric. Just did an hour and a half ride after putting them on and no vibes.
     
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