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Old January 21st, 2013, 04:03 PM
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New, never mounted 1-/38mm wheel spacer pair w/studs & nuts- For Sale

New, never mounted pair of clear anodized aluminum wheel spacers for 5x6.5 bolt pattern Defenders, Rover Classics, Disco Is, etc. I have similar ones on both of my trucks, and somehow I ended up with an extra pair. (This is NOT for four or five, only a pair, i.e. two/2 so there is no confusion.) I dont even remember when or why I bought a spare pair.

Ideal for someone looking for spares, ones to mount big tires on swing-away tire racks, etc.

They have studs installed for the standard thread pitch Rover nuts, and come with (10) spacer-mounting nuts. Youll still need to use your standard lug nuts to mount your wheels.

Theyre 1-1/4 / 38mm thick, and the others Ive used have worked great.

I recommend you research the potential pitfalls as well as benefits of using wheel spacers, but Ive been using them for years without issue to better fit large tires, etc. Im just religious about regularly checking lug nut torques and checking hub/bearing wear.

$70 shipped! (Via Paypal, but to be sent as a gift so I dont get scalped with their fees.)

Ive had these in my parts stash, but was told a short time ago that instead of transferring this summer to my next assignment here in the US or in Europe as I originally expected, Ill be returning to Japan for several years. Joy. As such, Im cancelling my D90 upgrade plans, selling off a bunch of parts, and will probably also be selling one or both of my trucks in the spring. More info and listings to follow!

Thanks for your interest!
Murph
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Old January 21st, 2013, 04:08 PM
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Old January 21st, 2013, 04:50 PM
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SOLD!

Thanks, Russell.
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