Originally Posted by D90user
I have recently gone through this train of thought and come to the conclusion of using spacers.
My rational was simple. I wanted a wider stance and I still want to run LR wolf wheels for availability internationally (plus I already have 10 of them).
I do have a question though... How would a spacer put any more load on the wheel bearings (or spindles) than running wheels with a wider offset?
They wouldn't. They put more than no spacers. Not really an issue as the spindles and spindle bearings are the ONE thing in the entire LR axle that are actually capeable of surviving any significant use.
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