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The stock wheels looked a bit "recessed" to me, especially with flares.

I added some Fred Goeske spacers ( 1.50 " thick ) so that the wheels are further outside.

Toyota Wheel Spacers made in the United States


The truck now has a wider stance, the way it should have looked originally IMHO.

See Before and After pics
 

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Looks great! :beerchug:
 
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You can find cheaper spacers, but make sure they are HUBCENTRIC. It means they have a lip that centers the wheel ( just like the original wheel hub).

Cheap spacers do not have that safety lip and the side stresses are directly placed upon the studs. That can be a recipe for disaster.

As always, you get what you pay for !
 

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Much better
 
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I saw hub and wheel centric spacers from motorsports something something. Made in USA. All of the aluminum ones I've seen look good, but they may not work good. I know u get what u pay for, but there is usually a best bang for the buck option also.
 

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I bought my 1.25" (rear) and 1.50" (front) HUBCENTRIC spacers on E-Bay $175 for all four..... really good quality and HUBCENTRIC (very important!!)...lol
 
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