Wheel Spacers

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Looking into wheel spacers, trying to gauge if it’s worth $129/pair for Spidertrax spacers or $80 quadretec ones?

Hoping someone here has some input





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I would not cheap out on wheel spacers. Spidertrax spacers are tried and true. Just follow the directions to the letter, and maintain as recommended.
 

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I'd go Spidertrax or Synergy. Pretty sure Synergy are rebranded Spidertrax.
 

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Looking into wheel spacers, trying to gauge if it’s worth $129/pair for Spidertrax spacers or $80 quadretec ones?

Hoping someone here has some input
I have Spidertrax on my Jeep! I believe they are definitely worth the money. They’ve been on my Jeep for about a year. Had to install something to keep my wheels from rubbing when I turned sharp.

Here’s an old post about spacers:
https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/to-add-wheel-spacers-or-not.16815/page-2
 

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I'd go Spidertrax or Synergy. Pretty sure Synergy are rebranded Spidertrax.
Dave said they build their own. Both are a great product. Synergy just released the 1.75” so you no longer need to trim the lugs down a bit

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I am using the 1.75” synergy spacers. They seem like they are going to hold up well. Torque everything to spec and you should be good with them. I’ve only had them on about 2 months so I can’t say how they will hold up.
 

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