Spidery tax 1.25 spacers

Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by B-RI, Sep 9, 2016.

  1. B-RI

    B-RI Well-Known Member

    Just ordered the Spidertrax spacers today to install on my 2016 Sport. Anyone ever had any problems with them.
     
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  3. btp001

    btp001 Well-Known Member

    I've had mine on for about 6 months and no issues ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1473475341.809061.jpg
     
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  4. Mjp2

    Mjp2 Well-Known Member

    Buy blemished... save money... nobody stares ar spacers anyhow, so no loss.
     
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  5. JBnPittsburgh

    JBnPittsburgh Member

    ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1479088912.441277.jpg ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1479088922.942267.jpg ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1479088934.945174.jpg

    Spidertrax 1.25".....no issues at all!!
     
  6. Qwiksndmn

    Qwiksndmn Active Member

    I'm running G2 spacers, 4500 miles and no problems. Install them properly and you will be fine.
     
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    B-RI

    B-RI Well-Known Member

    I put them on and haven't had any problems at all. ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1479872290.068511.jpg
     
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  8. Mobsan

    Mobsan Member

    Why is 1.25” such a popular size for spacers? Would 2” just look silly? I only have 285/75/16s and about 2” lift
     
  9. bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    I have them, no issues in 3000 miles. 20180821_142708.jpeg
     
  10. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    1.25” is more than enough to clear the UCA when running 285’s. 2” would be to much IMO.
     
  11. bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    Mine are 265s, for reference
     
  12. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Just for looks.
     
  13. Mobsan

    Mobsan Member

    2” spacers?
     
  14. Mobsan

    Mobsan Member

    Looks good whatever the size
     
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  15. bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    1.25
     
  16. bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    Mostly. With the OME suspension, it does get some two track and fire road time. More during this deer season.
     
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  17. warakesTaco

    warakesTaco Active Member

    Well. I use to have 1” spacers non hubcentric all around and looked awesome but had a bad wobble around 50-60 mph. That was my last Tacoma I had, that being said I still love that look and every1 has guided me to get hubcentrics and that will fix my wobbling issue so they say ‍♂️. Haven’t tried them on my newer Tacoma tho.
     
  18. Toki

    Toki Well-Known Member

    So I’ve been noticing some wheel traction loss or tire spin like feel when I accelerate faster than normal. I know what tire chirping feels like and it feels nothing like. Do you think it could be my wheel spacers? I need to just find some rims that fit the car better than these stock ones.
     
  19. Crawdad

    Crawdad Well-Known Member

    Have you checked/ re-torqued everything lately? If everything is tight, that's not your problem. I, personally refuse to use them but some people never have a problem with them. Maintenance is key on those things.

    No idea what you could be feeling, that's a strange sensation. Can you even check the tranny fluid on that truck? No idea. Worth a shot.
     
  20. bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    Definately use hub centric. Wheel spacers have been around a long time, even used in racing and Nascar. They do require maintenance. I check the torque specs every tire rotation.
     
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  21. Toki

    Toki Well-Known Member

    I have but....I guess it wouldn’t hurt to re check them again. It almost feels like my tires are spinning and my wheels are locked in space for had a second or so, maybe I’m just feeling the transmission shift:confused:
     

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