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I've always read this is a no no. Seen some failures if you google. All depends on what you are towing though i suppose.....landscape trailer with limited tongue weight, sure. Up into the higher limits of the truck i wouldn't. Not worth it.
 

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Larger than stock tires on a dually, duals touch, tires blow, sadness ensues. Add spacers, tires don't touch but loads on studs and hubs get messed up, parts break, more sadness.....my guess.
 
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Spacers are fine to tow on. I know plenty of people who have done it with no issues. I have personally towed my whole life when I moved on a set of 3" upfront and 4" in the rear from south FL to east TN with no issues.
 
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