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Not a big deal, but I mounted a set of canyons w/ 235-75s on my SE yesterday, and as I was backing off of the rack, wheel turned hard left, something scraped the weight off the inside of the wheel :confused::mad:

WTH? Factory 15x8 inch wheels with the same backspacing and bolt pattern as the stock steelies it came with??

Anyway, thinking about spacers to eliminate the problem since it can't be an issue of more than an inch, but i have no experince with them

Any ideas?
 

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I had a set just like the ones Xpress has on my last jeep with no issues at all. I was having leaf spring rubbing issues and it took care of the problem.
 

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Update-
I did the old "washers on the steering stops" trick.

Worked like a charm.

Thanks for the help fellas.
 

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Different people have different ideas. Personally I don't think its a good idea to install low quality spacers on our cars.

Recently I was considering installing wheel spacers on my car, I saw the BONOSS forged active cooling wheel spacers (formerly bloxsport) on the Internet, and some youtubers shared and installed these component. So I install that last week.

The spacers push the wheels out slightly, giving it a more flush look with the fenders. I am glad that I can buy such good spacers, and I hope that what I have shared will help you.
If you need it in the future, you can also find out, this is their case article. If you’re not interested, I’m sorry to bother you. Thank you.
 
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