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What size spacers?

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I know this topic has been beaten over! Looking for recommendation on what size spacers to order to bring wheels/tires even with the fender flares. Not looking for a Bro-dozer "stance" just want the wheels to not look sucked in.. TIA

Currently thinking 1.5" running the stock stock BTS wheels. I have Bilstein 5160's up front and Carli UCA's if that accounts for any differences
 

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I know this topic has been beaten over! Looking for recommendation on what size spacers to order to bring wheels/tires even with the fender flares. Not looking for a Bro-dozer "stance" just want the wheels to not look sucked in.. TIA

Currently thinking 1.5" running the stock stock BTS wheels. I have Bilstein 5160's up front and Carli UCA's if that accounts for any differences
I know 1.5 will stick you out past the flares. I believe people get a staggered set to get a “flush” look

1” up front and 3/4 rear I believe. Some one correct me if I’m wrong please
 

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I know this topic has been beaten over! Looking for recommendation on what size spacers to order to bring wheels/tires even with the fender flares. Not looking for a Bro-dozer "stance" just want the wheels to not look sucked in.. TIA

Currently thinking 1.5" running the stock stock BTS wheels. I have Bilstein 5160's up front and Carli UCA's if that accounts for any differences
Stock BTS wheels and tires. 3/4" front 1" rear set tires sidewall flush with edge of fender flares.

You will have to trim factory lugs for the 3/4" spacers, and possibly the 1" as well . I had to on mine, but others have Sid thy didn't have any contact on the 1" spacers.
 

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I just placed an order for the Bora spacers, I opted to go with 1" rear and 1.25" for the front considering my truck has the fender flares.. I'll post pictures once I get them on. Appreciate the help on this 💯
Curious what the turnaround for Bora's are these days? Heard they can get up to 2+ months. I have a set myself, 1.5" front, 2" rear. Worth every penny. If you're looking for flush, 1.5" on a stock set up will put you past fenders/flares so good call on 1.25"
 

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Curious what the turnaround for Bora's are these days? Heard they can get up to 2+ months. I have a set myself, 1.5" front, 2" rear. Worth every penny. If you're looking for flush, 1.5" on a stock set up will put you past fenders/flares so good call on 1.25"
www.motorsport-tech.com is where I ordered mine from and it only took a few weeks. I'm curious how much they run now.
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I just placed an order for the Bora spacers, I opted to go with 1" rear and 1.25" for the front considering my truck has the fender flares.. I'll post pictures once I get them on. Appreciate the help on this 💯
You will have slight poke with those sizes. I mentioned above 3/4" front 1" rear is perfectly flush on the tire sidewalls
 

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You will have slight poke with those sizes. I mentioned above 3/4" front 1" rear is perfectly flush on the tire sidewalls
You are right on that. I opted to a 1/4 inch over so I wouldn't have to potentially cut into the stud threads if I need to cut the stud heads down to fit the wheels
 

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