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Discussion in 'Brakes, Wheels and Tires' started by mustang5o, Aug 15, 2016.
Yeah i was trying to avoid a spacer, but you make a really good point.
Sell your wife on a set of FP (ARP) 3" wheel studs+open-end wheel nuts (FP or many options). Need these on the front axle to permit sufficient thread engagement once you install spacers.
Sounds a bit scary (installing the studs, not convincing your wife about the value of the parts )... but the front isn't a hard install. The right YouTube channel is your friend.
Short-term pain but big $aving$ on tires in the long-term.
I'm not worried about the install. I did them on my Fox Mustang track car several years ago. I plan on doing them front and rear ( even budged for new hub bolts and axle nuts)
I'm at 8k in parts if I could order the stuff I wanted today and that is not true to what I want, just what I can deem reasonable for how i want to use the car. I can hear my wife laughing ad spending that much on a brand new car, but she won't notice if i squeeze it in here and there. LOL
Try " but honey...this little change will cut my tire costs in half".
True? True enough!
Hahahaha, if she would only believe that.