2” bora spacers

Any thoughts on adding 2” bora spacers for a wider stance on stock wheels and tires ?
I literally just called Bora today to talk about adapters for some rims. Bora is very confident in their product if installed properly. This is their number. 775-351-1000

I chose not to get the adapters because I don't want my wheel too far out, but the spacers should be just fine according to Bora. They just dont recommend if you are going to be roughing it and baja blasting around.

Of course... these guys DGAF

 
That is great information. Thank you.
Ive got a set of 1.5s on the way so glad this confirms fitment without trimming.

I’ll be putting them through hell and back so will report any issues i run into. Not anticipating any esp. with only 1.5s. Might be concerned with 2.5+ but ive run Boras on 3 other offroad rigs without issue. Really gives it the perfect stance and allows u some room for error (buffer before u hit ur body) when ur offroading on tight trails. Ill bounce off my aired down 37” all day lol
 
Ive got a set of 1.5s on the way so glad this confirms fitment without trimming.

I’ll be putting them through hell and back so will report any issues i run into. Not anticipating any esp. with only 1.5s. Might be concerned with 2.5+ but ive run Boras on 3 other offroad rigs without issue. Really gives it the perfect stance and allows u some room for error (buffer before u hit ur body) when ur offroading on tight trails. Ill bounce off my aired down 37” all day lol
I ended up taking mine off, because I couldn’t bring myself to cut my fender wells.
 
I ended up taking mine off, because I couldn’t bring myself to cut my fender wells.
Do you have a lift? If so, which one?. I've had to cut mine in the past and it's not a huge deal so I'd be wiling to do that if necessary
 
Do you have a lift? If so, which one?. I've had to cut mine in the past and it's not a huge deal so I'd be wiling to do that if necessary
Yeah… lift doesn’t change much, it’s the inside rear corner of the front wells that need to be cut when you are running a -18 offset.
 
Yeah… lift doesn’t change much, it’s the inside rear corner of the front wells that need to be cut when you are running a -18 offset.
Ok gotcha. Just plastic or is there metal behind in that area that will likely need some trimmy trim?
 
Still waiting on em to ship. They usually take several weeks
Don’t bother with them bro… you spend too much time in the mud… lots of gunk got stuck in mine. (The other reason I took them off)
 
Where did it get stuck? In the lug nut recesses?
Yep and the center hole. It’s amazing where mud and sand and gravel find to call home…

I never thought to take my wheels off as part of the after ride clean up…
 
Yep and the center hole. It’s amazing where mud and sand and gravel find to call home…

I never thought to take my wheels off as part of the after ride clean up…
Yea i'm okay with that - par for the course. I go under my truck every time and spray everything down with simple green. I still have a layer of old hardened mud on top of most skids/etc that's basically molded into the unit lol. I'll try & keep my holes clean but we all know it gets tough sometimes :ROFLMAO:
 
Yea i'm okay with that - par for the course. I go under my truck every time and spray everything down with simple green. I still have a layer of old hardened mud on top of most skids/etc that's basically molded into the unit lol. I'll try & keep my holes clean but we all know it gets tough sometimes :ROFLMAO:
lol, it actually bonds them to the hub🤣 I had to use a small sledge to get them off… was like concrete holding them on. 🤣🤣
 
lol, it actually bonds them to the hub🤣 I had to use a small sledge to get them off… was like concrete holding them on. 🤣🤣
Haha so there ya go! Now i dont have to worry about checking the spacer lugs every tire rotation haha
 
@blaster9 did you get them put on yet?
1.5” spacers installed. Some trimming required with 37s.

Perfect stance IMO

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