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Hey everyone! Just signed up here looking for some advice. I have a set of 31x10.5 BFG Mud terrains on my 1994 f-150. And they they rub on the radius arms what is the solution to this problem??
 

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Welcome! Is the truck at stock height?
 

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depends what u want to spend... u could go a billet alum spacer to bring it out a bit... or just dont turn as sharp lol


had the same issues with 31's on a stock height bronco 2
 

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Is that a common solution? putting a spacer in? Is there a different radius arm available? that has a different contour? Just looking for the best thing that will work.
 

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OK, Who would you deal with in the GTA to purchase these spacers? Do I need them on front and rear for an equal stance?
 

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I ahve heard a lot of negative reviews on the wheel spacers for trucks the more I look into it. I am now wondering about changing out the rims for a different offset.
 

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I would worry about the strength of the wheel spacer under load or towing. Changing wheels(offset) would solve the problem, but it would be a few bucks.
 

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Hey guys coming back to this topic again, still haven't made up my mind on what to do about the tire rub. Dealing with it for now,but that's not really my style! I like to find a tried and true solution, which usually comes pretty easy?? Not sure why I can't make up my mind on this one? I don't feel 100% safe witht the spacers for when I am towing trailers.

Any thing else you guys have to add,always up for debate!
 
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