unless you have acces to do it I think spacer/adapters would be a lot cheaper in the long run seeing as how you would eventualy have to re-drill another set of rotors from time to time when those go.
That and spare rear axles, and maybe a spare front hub or 2.
I bought and used a set of Tera-flex wheel spacers. They were 1 1/4 wide and had three bolt patterns on them. first pattern is the origonal 5 on 5 so you can mount them to your hubs. They also had 5 on 5.5 and 5 on 4.5. They come with studs and nuts. I had to trim the factory rear wheel studs to install the spacers and not have the origonal studs touch the new rims. The fronts needed no mods.
I'd like to find some of these for my 2012 JKU. I know these are on a JL but I was wondering if anyone knows the brand. Thanks in advance for any help. I have searched about everywhere I know to search.
Just wanted to put this information out there for anyone else that might run into this issue.
I installed the heavier Centerforce flywheel (700474) in my 2008 JK 3.8L, along with a new Exedy clutch kit (KJP02). I also replaced the rear main seal that had recently started leaking a bit...
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