Jus ordered moto metal 970s In a 18x10 with -24 offset... Truck is leveled and jus curious what you guys are running for rear spacers to bring the rear out with the front..
Yeah I got you just never noticed I'm cranked pretty high though in an effort to be level maybe I've sucked the difference out of it.Difference of the track width of the IFS and the rear diff.
depends how cranked you are. I'm lowered with flat CVs and I'm pretty much even with 1.5'' spacers. 2'' too much imo.How close does the 1.5 bring you to being the same as your front? I was thinking 2 inches but that may be to much
Yes I did and it was easy. Didn't have to trim to the threads, just the nubs on the ends. Some wheels have slots in the back so you don't have to though.Use a tape measure and you will find a 2" difference front to rear, forgot to write it down..:cookoo: but I believe I'm close. Fiesty, did you have to trim the studs?
I never noticed a difference in track.... I guess I need to look at mine. Is this a result of a lift or spindles or something
My truck is a 2x4 and the 2x4 and 4x4 track is the same as is the A-arms, spindle mounts, spindles, disc brakes, hubs, rear differentials and frames etc. Read some GM stuff awhile back the narrowing of the body front to rear had to do with aerodynamics and keeping the rear wheels inside the body to reduce drag. MPG ratings were not required on the 3/4 ton truck and up but were required on the half ton if IIRC,could be wrong on that one.Difference of the track width of the IFS and the rear diff.