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Unread 05-16-2009, 06:27 PM   #1
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What do ya"ll think about 2in screw on spacers on a lifted carryall used on light trails and around yard. Will they hold up...thanks in advance..
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Unread 05-16-2009, 06:29 PM   #2
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What do ya"ll think about 2in screw on spacers on a lifted carryall used on light trails and around yard. Will they hold up...thanks in advance..
Are you going to load the cart? The screw on spacers are not as strong as the solid spacers.
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Unread 05-16-2009, 06:35 PM   #3
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If i do itll only be around the yard but im hoping to turn 25in wheels with a6in ch super sport lift .
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Nut, check this thread.........Wheel Spacer Opinions
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Unread 05-16-2009, 07:03 PM   #5
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Thanks rock i searched it earlier that didnt show. Ill try it with my steel wheels and watch for cracks i need an excuse to buy some ITP rims anyway. The rims i got with the tires are offset out 1 in towards the out side of cart (WRONG WAY} Thought id get a set of 3 s for front and 4 s for back i put lift on i cant have the cart down for more than the day..
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Unread 05-16-2009, 07:33 PM   #6
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If i do itll only be around the yard but im hoping to turn 25in wheels with a6in ch super sport lift .
GA, You should go with a 7.5" SS if you want to clear 25" tires with 2" spacers. The 25's would probably be fine without spacers on the 6"...
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Unread 05-16-2009, 07:38 PM   #7
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Hey NUT ...... I think I remember Ruredy saying something about the screw on lug extenders and that if they were going onto a set of aluminum wheels it would be a better choice than to put then on a set of steel wheels. It DOES kinda make sense that the steel would flex more ......... Hang on, someone will be here soon that can confirm that, or tell me I misunderstood and it was the percocet talking ........... See there Flintrock already did .......... Doah!

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Hey NUT ...... I think I remember Ruredy saying something about the screw on lug extenders and that if they were going onto a set of aluminum wheels it probably wouldn't be a wise choice. It DOES makes sense that the aluminum would flex and possibly crack whereas the steel-wheels would probably hold-up better with those ......... hang on, someone will be here soon that can confirm that, or tell me I misunderstood and it was the percocet talking ...........
percoset, steel tends to flex and then susceptible to cracking with the extenders, aluminium being more rigid is safer..... I bought the solid spacers and don't worry
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Yeah I saw that ...... The mind isn't working very clearly and definitely not as quickly and as as the fingers are right now. ........
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Yeah I saw that ...... The mind isn't working very clearly and definitely not as quickly and as as the fingers are right now. ........
That's my problem too, but can't blame the drugs!!!
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