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I know I will probably be hated by a majority of truck owners for even creating this thread but i was curious i i just got some new BFGoodrich 285 75 r16 on the stock limited rims they fit almost perfectly in the fenders with the 3" block lift i have but the tires are not flush to the fenders and it really irks me the only solutions i know of is extended A arms or wheel spaces. i am a senior in high school and im trying not to break the bank so spacers seem like the best option but i always hear people talking bad abut them because they cause alignment issues and break ball joints. is anyone could clear up some "misconceptions" or myths before i purchase them.
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They are fine if installed correctly and checked on a regular basis. Personally I wouldn't run them but many do with no problems if they're installed correctly. Just buy a good brand with an application for a Tundra, no universal fit deals.
 
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