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Spidertrax wheel spacers.

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by loki32687, Jun 30, 2009.

  1. loki32687

    loki32687 [OP] Matt

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    Does anyone here know if they will fit over manual hubs? I e-mailed them and didn't get a clear response...Any help would be great.

    Thanks
     
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    STLharry Lube: It's the key to penetration.

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    uhh i have no idea which ones those are but i have spacers and they work fine over the aisan hubs on my 96.
     
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    loki32687 [OP] Matt

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    [​IMG]

    Manual hubs....Meaning you need to get out and lock them before putting it in 4wd
     
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    STLharry Lube: It's the key to penetration.

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    yes i have those. OEM for toyota is aisan.
    They make badass hubs.
    indestructable.

    anyways i have 1 inch spacers with my 32x12.5 tires and they work great so i would guess they fit yours...
     
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    loki32687 [OP] Matt

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    Alright I just wanted to make sure they would fit over it before I dropped the money for them...Can I see pics of yours? How do you like them?
     
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    please don't buy them!
    I have 1.5'' spacers on and I hate it, if i ever have a vibration i cant just check the lugs, you have to take off the wheel, check the spacer and put it back on. it's a pain and I cant wait to get new wheels so i can get rid of mine.

    I know some other people who have said the same thing.
     
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    loki32687 [OP] Matt

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    I've read good things about the spidertrax spacers....Anyone else have any input?
     
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    I dont mean spidertrax, I just mean spacers in general... it's a pain to have them..
     
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    hm... I have 1 inch ones and theyre fine. minimal wobble, etc. I think i have to have them to fit the tires that i have, but im not completely sure. I bought the truck with them on under some mudders, sold the mudders but kept the spacers.

    havent had a problem with them. [​IMG]

    thats what my taco looks like with them. you might also need to buy flares with them. Vermont has a law that says the tire cant stick out more than 2 inches past the fender so i need the flares.
     
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    i never said there were problems with using spacers, it's the exact same as having a wheel with more backspacing, BUT they are a pain because if you ever need to take a wheel and spacer off it's twice as much work.
     
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    agreed. 12 lug nuts not 6.
     
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    thank you!
     
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    Just put mine on havent noticed any difference. If you do decide to go with with spacer get spidertrax. There is a reason most places are backordered.
     
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    loki32687 [OP] Matt

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    Yeah my main concern was it fitting over the hubs
     
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    Yeah i'm running them also but you should only go spidertrax. I wouldnt trust anyone else. thats a pretty serious part which would require a distributor who is serious about his product.
     
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    loki32687 [OP] Matt

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    I was planning spidertrax or nothing...
     
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    FYI you may want to take a look at your rear shoes before you install the spacers.
     
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    loki32687 [OP] Matt

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    Why's that?
     
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    In case they are getting worn out. Its something i wish i did before i put my spacers on. If they were worn i would have replaced the shoes.
     
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    loki32687 [OP] Matt

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    Oh yeah I did all my brakes a couple months ago
     
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