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I have an 06 with h2 wheels and 265-70-17 Cooper h/t tires. My wheels sit just about level with my wheel wells. I'm looking to have them stick out a little more. Was looking at like 1" or 1.5" wheels spacers. Or do you think that'll look weird?
Just trying to make it look a little better it looks to stock now. Any advice would be great
 

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The only time i would run spacers on our trucks is after you lift it and the rear doesn't match any more. It's too easy just to change wheels to have to go through that hassle. so that's what i recommend, finding a wider wheel with 0 or negative offset. With tires that small however it will look dumb to space them out too far, especially on a non lifted truck. The only time i would recommend having tires (that look good) that stick out of your fenders is on a lifted truck. but that's just my 0.02

But, there are two options as far as wheel spacers go.

you can run steel or aluminum.
Best steel ones are available from wheeladapters.com
whereas you can find the aluminum ones at a lot of places, i purchased mine through rocky mountain susp
 

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I'd love to get new wheels but can't afford them. I dont even like these tires but got them for next to nothing. I mean the wheels are already 9" wide they just have a bad offset. I was looking at some of the aluminum spacers on eBay. Just thought I'd see if anyone did this and what size they used.
 
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