Or just insert a washer or two under the steering stop bolts. Or just be aware of it and back off the steering when the tires start rubbing (what I do because it's cheapest and easiest).
All of our vehicles are registered in Florida and we have.. wait for it... no state vehicle inspections. Of course you can still be stopped and inspected, but I'm always a very aware driver and try hard to never be an opportunity for a bored officer (no, really.)gregert12 said:If it were legal for me to use spacers to keep the moabs with the wider tires, I would have.
X2 on the spacers!! I have run them for decades and have yet to see one verified first person account where he/she followed the install directions and they caused a catastrophic failure of vehicle parts or some horrendous multiple vehicle accident.Phillip said:Adjusting your steering stops is not a good idea. Go with a set of Spidetrax spacers and be done with it.
You will like not rubbing your control arms, the extra track width and stable stance, and the ability to use your steering to the fullest extent.
I agree with Mike. Call David at Northridge4x4 and order a set of Spidertrax spacers.