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Do I need spacers for a 2.5" lift on stock wheels/tires???

Would I need to run wheel spacers with the stock Rubicon wheels/tires when doing a 2.5" coil lift? I know I would need them with a 3" lift.

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Wheel spacers usually compensate for the tires that soon follow. You do not need spacers because of a lift.

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What Goody said.

If you're going to stick with stock wheels and 12.50" wide tires, you will need spacers. Has nothing to do with the lift, but the width of the tire you run.

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