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Old 06-08-2020, 07:44 PM   #35
Nickagriffin
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I ended up getting 20mm adapters in the front and 25mm rear. I also got a cheap fender roller and with a little elbow grease I got them to fit pretty nicely without messing with the axle position at all. It would definitely look nicer with the axle centered but I'm tucking tire and still not rubbing unless I jump on my rear bumper. Thought it might be helpful to let people know what worked for me.

Also - 20mm spacers makes the style 42's look perfectly flush in the front but in the rear my wheels are still a little sunk so if you want to match the front perfectly you will need slightly thicker adapters. As others have said before me anything thicker than 15mm will be much harder to fit but I was happy that I ended up going with the thicker adapters since it makes the fitment that much nicer.
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