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Old 08-02-2019, 12:38 PM #16
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Personally (and this is just me), I'd be leery about attaching a wheel to a $20.00 spacer. If i was going to do it, I'd want a product that had a warranty that was longer than 3 months.
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I've had spidertrax for 3 years and 75k+ miles on it and ZERO issues. But I do re-torque/check mine every other oil change as i rotate my tires every oil change.

Have you had to retorque any lugs?

Speaking generally, I don’t know why anyone wouldn’t shell out the max $200 or so to get proven name-brand spacers. This isn’t a bug deflector or phone mount. Any kind of failure is very likely to leave a mark, and maybe a big one.

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If you're going to use wheel spacers, you really don't want to skimp because it adds 4 critical failure points - and one of those reviews even mentions having to get the spacers machined after delivery so that they'd fit. Yikes.

I put these spidertrax on a few months ago and they're cherry. I recommend them
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I have spidertrax on my 96 and I like them.
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I have spidertrax on my 96 and I like them.
It's a good quality product all made in the USA, no china steel, etc... We've looking into making our own but the price of the spidertrax that even has the anodized coating, included threadlocker, etc, is a very good deal.

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IDK, I don't have spacers and don't plan on getting them. I know a lot of people like them and haven't had any problems with them, but with my luck, id be that guy they'd fail on. the benefit surely doesn't outweigh the consequences to me. I know id get the best ones I could and steer away from $20 jobbers
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If you can't 100% verify materials and build, play it safe and go with major brands. I've run spidertrax for about 30k miles now with no issues. I've done plenty of moderate to difficult trail running with them. Make sure you install them correctly.
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It's a good quality product all made in the USA, no china steel, etc... We've looking into making our own but the price of the spidertrax that even has the anodized coating, included threadlocker, etc, is a very good deal.

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Ive been running Spidertrax for about 15k miles now and wheel moderate trails about twice a month so these wheel spacers have seen a lot of different terrain. Fireroads, rocks, boulders, hub deep water crossings and even snow, a lot of snow (2 winter runs through white Mtn). I'd be lying if i said i never think bout them tho, especially on long road trips like the ones we did to UT and AZ. But i do check them according to the manufacturers recommendation on each oil change every 5k miles. Only had 1 slightly loose nut on passenger rear after 10k miles so i removed and reinstalled all 4 corners. I'd recommend Spidertrax anyway!!!
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Glad you guys like em... I've had factories in China contact me about selling their versions, but I just don't have peace of mind doing that - when it's something connected to your wheel. These are made in USA and are the aluminum is pure and not mixed with other stuff.

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I'm running YITAMOTOR 1.25"! So far no issues. as for the front, you might want to buy extended lug nuts like these for the front. https://ebay.us/KbWipj and apply Blue LockTite on each thread bolt. Torque to spec base on the instructions.
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