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Got my spidertrax wheel spacers today. They are pretty slick. I haven't even driven the rubi since they went on, but I figured I'd post some pics. Ill try and grab some tomorrow in the daylight to show how much they spaced the wheels out. BTW they are 1.25" should work perfect:D.



you can kinda see here how much farther the rear is sticking out as opposed to the front.
 

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benefits....well you get back your turning radius. The moabs w/ 305's on them , you have to add a couple washers that really hinders your turning radius on the trails. They also add stability from what i hear. The biggest reason is the first though.
 

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Mike-

Drove it around today to work and whatnot. The spacers are key man!!! ALL washers are gone, and I'm happy to say it turns like a SWB jeep again:D.

The only downfall is the price. For $250 i coudl have bought 5 ar-767's for the price of 4 wheel spacers. But they sure are nice, and I do like the stock wheels, so they do the job for me.




 

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BTW don't knock my tiny spare...I'm picking it up this week from DT.
 

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SkyHighTJ said:
BTW don't knock my tiny spare...I'm picking it up this week from DT.

Hey nice tiny spare... :wink:

Sean
 
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Would the spidertrax spacers help the turning on a rubi with stock
suspension , tires, and wheels ?

Would the additional spacers help the handling ?

Thanks
 

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I think adding the spacers to a stock Rubi would be overkill.
Save yourself the money for now.
If you decide to go to 305/70R16s at a later point, then I would recommend them.
 
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