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Rugged Ridge Wheel Spacer and Adapter Kits 1520109

Wheel Spacers, Aluminum, 1.5 in. Thick, 5 x 5.5 in. Bolt Circle, Jeep, Pair

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Brand: Rugged Ridge

Manufacturer's Part Number: 1520109

Part Type: Wheel Spacers

Product Line: Rugged Ridge Wheel Spacer and Adapter Kits

Summit Racing Part Number: RGG-1520109

UPC: 804314222468

Thickness (in): 1.500 in.

Lug Nuts Included: Yes

Lug Bolts Included: No

Wheel Studs Included: Yes

Wheel Spacer Material: Aluminum

Quantity: Sold as a pair.

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Give your vehicle a wider track and improved stability with these wheel spacer and adapter kits by Rugged Ridge. These hub-centric spacers/adapters move your wheels out to help fit wider tires. They're constructed from double-anodized thick 6061T6 aluminum for long life and extra corrosion resistance. All hardware is Grade 8 for extra strength.

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Spend a little a extra money and get a GOOD set of spacers. These spacers are very cheaply made. The studs in particular. I torqued the lug nuts down like I've done a thousand times before but they backed off and ruined one of my rims. Got a new rim, new spacer, torqued the lug nuts way more than u should have to. They stayed but when Iwent to take the tires back off the next time the threads on the studs were damaged and were spinning with the lug nuts. I had to break off about 15 out of 20 studs to get the tires off. SAVE YOURSELF THE TROUBLE AND GET GOOD SPACERS THE FIRST TIME!!! ...read more

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Reviewer: JOSHUA from LA

Date: May 19, 2014

Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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