Hub-centric Spacers on Stock Wheels for 37s

22hemi13

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Yeah, only 38s plus.

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Boeing 737-700, 800, 90044.5″16.5″
Boeing 747-852″21″
Boeing 767-30046″18″
Boeing 777-30052″21″
Boeing 787-850″20″
Airbus A32046″17″
Airbus A33054″21″
Airbus A350/A38055″21″
McDonnell Douglas MD-1154″21″
Embraer ERJ 170/17538″13″
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Thanks for the input everyone!

Sounds like if the stock wheels are +57mm offset then I'd probably want to go with the ~1.5in (38mm) BORA spacers? Unless I am doing some stupid maths there..

As a few have pointed out, quality spacers are not cheap (~$130 per) so I might just spend the extra $$$ and get some +18mm Method wheels. Wasn't really about the money though, I actually like the oem chrome 16' PW wheels on my 2017 rig. Black Methods would make for a mean blacked out beast though. If I do end up going with the spacers I'll update the thread here with photos / impressions.
 

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Do you want to chance an accident I would spend the money and get the rims
 
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Do you want to chance an accident I would spend the money and get the rims
I probably will. I have a Land Cruiser I use as the primary family rig, but occasionally I do load up the Power Wagon with the family... so even though I think a quality setup like the BORA would be reasonably reliable (I had zero issues in the past with Jeeps in Moab, but that isn't an HD truck..) -- for the sake of reducing complexity and prioritizing safety I'm leaning toward new wheels. I'll add a photo to the running PW pictures thread regardless which route I take.
 

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Just get some dually rims and install them backwards.
 

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I put high quality 1.5" on my 2014 Ram 1500 and run 37's. As long as you don't buy cheap cast or pressed ones you will be fine.Rambo with front bumper.jpeg
 

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