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Wheel spacers - anyone fitted them


NicTheOrange90
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Could you get round the problem by adjusting the steering stops? I know you lose some lock, but that is what I did on mine running 255/75s.

Adding spaces could give you issues with the wheel fouling on the bodywork - especially running 255/85s.

another option for the same effect would be rims with a different offset.

Mark

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I'm running 33x12.5R15's with standard offset Defender 8-spokes and a set of Pro-spacers from Scrap-iron.

I've been able to keep the original turing circle, had not issues with wheel bearings but I do have wheelarch flares fitted so there's no problems with the bodywork either. ;)

I went of the Pro-spacers cos' they are TUV approved and have the location lugs on them, unlike alot of other, cheaper, spacers you'll see!

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