Hey Rob, if you could PM me or post this guys info, I'd appreciate it. Thanks ChrisOriginally posted by rob:
<STRONG>There is a guy named Mike out here Kev that makes them.I can't remember what the cost is but he does nice work.If your interested I can get his number for you.I have seen his work doing an SAS conversion and it was really nice.He also makes one piece hysteer set ups as well.</STRONG>
That is the place to go....those things are strong as hell. They are the ones that most of the guys I know are running. One guy has been running his spacers for 2 years and no problems.
Hey Slick what BS should I consider. My aluminum wheels are thrashed, and will be going with steel once my SAS is completed. I like the idea of no spacers too now that you mentioned it. I have 10" wheels now with 3.75" BS, but would get 8"ers with say 2.5-3" of BS? <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0">Originally posted by Slick:
<STRONG><FONT COLOR="Red"> Frankly, I don't like spacers... For the price the spacers cost, you could nearly buy a whole set of new steel wheels with the offset you want. Then turn around and sell your old wheels for cheap to make up the dif...
It's a little more work for no more money (in the long run) and a WAY better solution than spacers.
The only reason (IMHO) to run spacers, is if you already have an investment in some expensive custom rims you you want to keep (but will soon trash out IF you wheel it).</FONT c></STRONG>
<FONT COLOR="Red"> I run 10's w/3.75" BS and there's not much clearance for wheel weights (but they do clear). I think 2.5-3" BS sounds about perfect..Originally posted by LCKD4RNR:
<STRONG> I have 10" wheels now with 3.75" BS, but would get 8"ers with say 2.5-3" of BS? <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0"></STRONG>