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Spidertrax Offroad Wheel Spacers (Anodized Blue) - WHS003

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Specifications

  • Spidertrax Offroad | Part Number: SPIWHS003
  • Thickness:1.25 inch
  • Material:Aluminum
  • Adapter or Spacer:Spacer
  • Color:Anodized Blue
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Bolt Pattern:5 on 5.5

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

These 1.25" thick, 5 on 5.5" 6061T6 aluminum spacers are an easy way of spacing out front and rear Jeep CJ / Commando, Ford 66-96 Bronco / 48-96 F150, & International 61-80 Scout axles. Each kit comes with 2 wheel spacers, 10 standard wheel studs (pre-installed), 10 lugnuts, and thread locker. The wheel spacers are anodized in blue, which is a double anodizing process for twice the corrosion resistance. Proudly made in the USA.

Customer Reviews

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5.0 SpyderTrax wheel spacers

Perfect fit on my ‘74 Bronco. Set my wheels out just enough to clear my new shock and limit strap mounts and provide more circulation around the new disc brakes. Wider stance almost the same as full width axles too, bonus!


from Kalispell, Montana |
 
SpyderTrax 1.25” 5x5.5” wheel spacers on 1974 Bronco w/ disc brake conversion and 15x8” wheels.
5.0 Great Quality

Great quality! Followed instructions and torqued down then drive on a 4000 mile trip without any issues. Would definitely recommend.


from Fort Collins, CO |
 
5.0 Spidertrax Wheel Spacers.

I have 33" tires and a narrow track, I recently bought new tires and the tread alone killed what turn radius I had left. I put these on in no time, so easy to install. My turn radius is back, no rubbing, grinding or complaining from my wheels. Absolutely fantastic and a Colorado Company to boot. I'm thrilled. Plus they are pretty, too bad you don't see them once installed. :(


from Denver Colorado |
 

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Manufacturer

Spidertrax was founded in 1999 by two New Jersey guys who met each other in vocational school and who both were really into off-roading. Thomas Kingston is an mechanical engineer and Eddie Casanueva is a manufacturing engineer. Their engineering backgrounds combined with their love of off-roading is the key to Spidertrax innovative products. Eddie and Thomas custom produce mods for their own Jeeps. Then they run those mods up and down rock crawling trails until the mods fail. Then they meticulously examine the exact cause of the failure. They then incorporate a solution to the failure into the product design before starting mass production. The Jeep way of build-break-repeat is the very process that brings the quality to Spidertrax products. Shop Spidertrax Offroad Now

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