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Old 04-19-2017, 04:21 AM   #1
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Default 2" Spacers vs Offset Wheels

I have heard of people putting the 2" spacers on the back wheels, but why not just get rims with some offset?

Any ideas/thoughts around this?

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Old 04-19-2017, 04:33 AM   #2
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I have heard of people putting the 2" spacers on the back wheels, but why not just get rims with some offset?

Any ideas/thoughts around this?

Thanks,
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Which chassis?
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I have heard of people putting the 2" spacers on the back wheels, but why not just get rims with some offset?

Any ideas/thoughts around this?

Thanks,
Mark
Assume you are talking about a Dodge.

A 2" reversed wheel will get weaker than the presumably zero offset stock wheel, so you may not find any with the load capacity needed, but the biggest would be how you would handle having a spare tire and what offset you would have on the front. If you put the same 2" offset on the front you haven't solved the problem of mismatched track width, and you would mess up the handling besides.
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