1.25" Wheel Spacers

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Hello, does anybody know if 1.25" wheel spacers will work using factory Rubicon wheels on the JL? I'm hoping my wheel studs don't bottom out in the wheel pocket. Any info is greatly appreciated!
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No reputable company makes 1.25" spacers for the JL that I am aware of. You need 1.75" to clear the studs. You can grind the studs down but taking a half inch off seems excessive. Stock wheels have little recesses but I wouldn't take the risk with a half inch, better to by proper length spacers or wheels with correct backspacing.
 

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With the old 15/8” spacers you’d need to grind down a bit to get clearance. Synergy has now discontinued those and makes the 1.75” spacers that don’t require grinding. Those would be the ones I’d suggest checking out. Spidertrax is great as well

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With the old 15/8” spacers you’d need to grind down a bit to get clearance. Synergy has now discontinued those and makes the 1.75” spacers that don’t require grinding. Those would be the ones I’d suggest checking out. Spidertrax is great as well

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What about 1/4 spacers such as these?

https://www.amazon.com/RockTrix-Spa...01BFSH1XO/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

I know they're not advisable, but does anyone know if the stock studs are long enough to accommodate these?
 
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