2” bora spacers

Have had to trim a bit more of the plastic after flexing a bit during this last week's trip to the mountains. Once I've had a chance to fully flex offroad and determine if any more trimming is necessary, I'll post the final results/pics for anyone interested. The pics above have plenty of clearance for those just wanting "the look" but for those who wheel, there is a bit more trimming needed.

P.S. I havent had good luck with heat guns as they always seem to puff the plastic back towards me in the opposite direction of what I want. I have very little patience so i just cut and ask Qs later. Those with more patience can def make it look better than i did.
Can we get an update on the extra trimming required? What offset does the spacer end up making the wheels sit at? I'm wanting to run +0 with the eibach lift but i tend to get excited and send it. Not trying to rip fenders off. yet...
 
Can we get an update on the extra trimming required? What offset does the spacer end up making the wheels sit at? I'm wanting to run +0 with the eibach lift but i tend to get excited and send it. Not trying to rip fenders off. yet...
Was just a bit more trimming. Nothing too crazy.

Total offset is +19 - 1.25” = -12
 
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wasn’t really trying to call you out, just didn’t want someone the think +12mm offset would push the wheels out as far as yours.
No I appreciate it man! Im gunna edit my post so no one gets the backwards info.
 
Better photos today. Mild off-road and no rubbing.

If you drew a straight line down to the ground at the widest point of the black plastic fenders, the tire is just a very small amount outside that line (wider) up front and even with the line out back.

1.25” Bora spacers
No factory stud cutting needed, with factory wheels.

Damnjoel, is there any interference now around (the inside of ?) your front mad flaps?

thanks....

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Damnjoel, is there any interference now around (the inside of ?) your front mad flaps?

thanks....

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I have notived some rubbing when reversing with the wheel turned. Nothing going forward.
 
Better photos today. Mild off-road and no rubbing.

If you drew a straight line down to the ground at the widest point of the black plastic fenders, the tire is just a very small amount outside that line (wider) up front and even with the line out back.

1.25” Bora spacers
No factory stud cutting needed, with factory wheels.
Almost need to add and inch or two to your mud flaps now. I love the look of this.
 
A few better photos that show the 1.25" Bora spacers on factory wheels. NO level kit, all factory stance with OEM 35" Wrangler tires.
 

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A few better photos that show the 1.25" Bora spacers on factory wheels. NO level kit, all factory stance with OEM 35" Wrangler tires.
That looks great!

I ordered my Bora spacers today and went with 1.25" for the front and 1.5" in rear. I did the same thing with my Raptor as just like the TRX, the front track appears a little wider than the rear and the extra .25" should put the rear wheels at the same place in relation to the fender lip as the front...

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That looks great!

I ordered my Bora spacers today and went with 1.25" for the front and 1.5" in rear. I did the same thing with my Raptor as just like the TRX, the front track appears a little wider than the rear and the extra .25" should put the rear wheels at the same place in relation to the fender lip as the front...

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Are you running factory wheels ?
 
I finally installed my Bora spacers, 1.25" front and 1.5" rear. Though I was prepared to grind a little off the non-threaded tip of the front wheel studs, there was Absolutely zero issues with wheel stud contact in the front, there is plenty of clearance, and much more in the rears. Zero interference issues with the front mud either. This is exactly the look I wanted...


good luck

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