Wheel spacers , Rough Country

Ronnie385

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hey guys! Question for people who have the 7.3 2020 350! I recently purchased 2in 8x170 wheel spacers (not realizing till after they wouldn’t fit) the fronts are on & fit perfectly, the back I’m struggling with it wont Fit over the center hub.. asking if anyone else ran into this problem & what kind I should get in the back in order to fit? Greatly appreciate it everyone !!
 

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You might have spacers for the Sterling axle, not the Dana. The solution involves a micrometer and a call to Rough Country.
 
I guess you need to call back to where you buy, it may be precision problems, and it also could be the rust problem, you have to clean the rust on your axle before you install wheel spacers.
And also, choose the hub-centric wheel spacers, they always help with stability and make sure you buy the high-quality wheel spacers which control their precision under 0.02mm.
 
I guess you need to call back to where you buy, it may be precision problems, and it also could be the rust problem, you have to clean the rust on your axle before you install wheel spacers.
And also, choose the hub-centric wheel spacers, they always help with stability and make sure you buy the high-quality wheel spacers which control their precision under 0.02mm.
You gave a link but there’s nothing available for the super duty on that page.
 
Ever get a solution or any answers for this? I’m looking at getting some spacers for my 2024 7.3 F250
 
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