California Wheel spacers, yes or no?

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I’ve been going back n forth between getting wheel spacers. For anybody that has them already on their ranger: have y’all experienced any type of abnormal wear on the suspension, wheel bearings, anything? I’m trying to gauge if this is a long term mod or if it just leads to avoidable problems later on.
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I’ve been going back n forth between getting wheel spacers. For anybody that has them already on their ranger: have y’all experienced any type of abnormal wear on the suspension, wheel bearings, anything? I’m trying to gauge if this is a long term mod or if it just leads to avoidable problems later on.
1.25" spacers with +20 offset, 20+ thousand miles...zero issues...
 

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Ok. 1.25” spacers on. Just test drove. With 33” tires it’s a little too much. Shoved the crash bars forward and get a tiny bit of rub backing out of the driveway. Would definitely run offroad. Guess I’ll get 1” sometime.
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