PRICE DROP!!! Supreme Suspension 1.5” wheel spacers

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A set of Supreme Suspension 1.5” wheel spacers for 4th Gen Ram with bolt pattern 5x139.7mm/5x5.5” with 108mm hub bore using 14x1.5 thread pitch.

$140 shipped OBO

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A set of Supreme Suspension 1.5” wheel spacers for 4th Gen Ram with bolt pattern 5x139.7mm/5x5.5” with 108mm hub bore using 14x1.5 thread pitch.

$150 shipped OBO

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I’ve honestly never used spacers before so I am a little out of the loop, so how do they work? The spacer bolts to the stock hubs studs and then (obviously) the wheels bolt to the studs on the spacer? My main question is that the spacers bolt to the stock studs? How is that safe? Wouldn’t it put an awkward or uneven amount of pressure on the studs? Is it common for the studs to break with wheel spacers on? I am genuinely interested in learning because depending on some of those answers I would be interested in buying these. I just lifted my truck 7” and got new wheels and tires and I feel as if my new wheels are not far enough out with a -24 oddset


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I have had these exact spacers on my truck for 2 years with no issues and I also pull a trailer frequently
 

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I’ve had these in the truck for 2 plus years with absolutely no issues: be it towing, daily driving or wheeling on the trails.

These are hub centric spacers, meaning that they fit onto the hub the same as any wheel. The hub bore of the spacer that mates to the hub is the exact size and fits snuggly. On the front of the spacer there is a “lip” next to the bolts which emulates the same diameter and design as the trucks hub so there is a snug fit of wheel to hub. The spacers are tightened to the same pound feet specs as the OEM wheel lugs at roughly 130lb/ft so they’re not going anywhere, should you feel the need or peace of mind you can put blue Loctite on the studs but it’s not required or necessary. The studs on your trucks hubs should not break unless you’ve done some serious abuse to them already or they’re in need of replacement (steering wobble, whine from the hubs/wheels while driving, pushing some high mileage typically over 70k is a good bench mark).
 

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PRICE DROP!!!

$125 shipped
 
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I've had these exact spacers on my truck for about 6 mos now- no issues at all. The manufacturer does recommend that when you have your tires rotated (or do it yourself), that you do them manually, and not with air tools. Discount Tire will do this, although they may complain about the extra work!
 

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$110 shipped
 
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