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spidertrax adapters don't fit.

i don't know how other people are using spidertrax spacers/adapters on their rangers. is there anyway to make them fit or am i screwed? will new rotors work?



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New rotors are going to be the same as what's on your truck now. The only option I can see is getting those spacers machined to fit your truck. Was the specific spacer listed for your truck?
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New rotors are going to be the same as what's on your truck now. The only option I can see is getting those spacers machined to fit your truck. Was the specific spacer listed for your truck?
why are the rotors on this guys ranger different then?



there the ones made fore jeep but i kept reading these are the ones everyone uses on their rangers.
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That looks like a 4wd set up. Axle nut not a dust cap.
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Is it binding on the hub? I can't really tell if thats what the problem is your having from those pictures
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That looks like a 4wd set up. Axle nut not a dust cap.
Yes, that's why.
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unless they shipped you/sold you the wrong dimensions and spacing then they will fit. jeep/mustang/ranger/a lot of other vehicles are the same across the board
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Wait is the issue that stupid little dust cap thingy wont fit on there? Throw the stupid dust cap away and mount the damn things.
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How does it not fit? Bolts too long or is center hub too large of a diameter?

I didn't get the spidertrax ones but I did have to grind down my lug bolts as they were too long.
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