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JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Wheel Spacers

Hello all I have just purchased my first jeep a 2004 liberty Extreme Sport (although we call it a Cherokee Extreme Sport here in Spain). I would like to fit some wheel spacers to it purely to enhance the look of the jeep . I would like the wheels to align with the arches and not stick out. Please can anyone advise me of what size (width) and a website of where I can purchase these from. Also any other

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Wheel spacing vs wheel spacers

I am a little confused I would like to put a 2.5 lift on libby and put larger tires. now i see some wheels say 5.5 back spacing and then theres wheel spacers. lets say i want to put on 255x70x16 MTS. do you use wheel spacers together with wheel with a 5.5 spacing just the spacers what back spacing do you need to not use spacers if you have to use both is it safe do spacers fail under stress THX

have a good reputation and many say they have driven them hard with no problems. Spidertrax says their spacers are for offroad even though they must know everyone buys them for both on and offroad. The spacers will give you 1.25 more inside clearance and stick your wheels 1.25 farther out. If you get 16X8 wheels you wont need spacers but the perfect backspacing is more difficult to find for a liberty.

Theres a lot of strong opinions on all the jeep and other 4 X 4 forums on wheel spacers yet a lot of guys use them with no complaints. Im running 1.5 wheel spacers on my 05 Renegade made by Garage Racing I dont have too many miles on them yet but Ive run it hard down a few rough unpaved roads and so far no problems. It definitely makes the KJ feel more stable and looks much better with the wheels and tires out at the edge of the fender flares.....

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JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Daystar spacer lift

Ok Im thinking maybe I would like to lift the liberty and am looking at the diff. types of lifts available. For my Renegade with little to no offroading expected in the next few years mostly used as my daily driver what would you recommend. I see the Daystar spacer lift as the most economical and am wondering how hardeasy is the install Is this lift what I should go with

youre ONLY going to drive it on road. So Im confused why you need a lift anyways... are your roads that bad Then you ask about rollover problems so again Im confused as to what youre thinking in regards to lifting this daily driver. Certainly if you raise the center of gravity on ANY vehicle it becomes more prone to rollovers drive sensibly and within the limits of the vehicle and youll be ok. jeep

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Wheel spacers

Can I put wheel spacer on my 2004 stock jeep liberty to give it a wider stance with out a lift

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE 31 TJ Wheels on my Liberty with spacers

I have a set of TJ wheels with 31 (10.5) BFGs that I would really like to put on my liberty. I tried fitting them on yesterday as searching various forums left me with believing there was a possibility they could work. They dont because they hit the brake caliper. My question is if I got some spacers I could get them to fit

For the about the price of spacers you could buy aftermarket steel 15 x 7 steel wheels with 4 bs that would work with your tires.

First are you lifted If not none of what you want to do will work tires too big wheels will rub everywhere Plus rubbing on the calipers spacers will help but again only if lifted plus the tire size is going to kill your mileage and power Fill out your vehicle info and then well know how to answer better

Well short answer is no way will they fit for one wont fit over the calipers then if using spacers will sit them out too far and will rub everywhere Tires would be too big as well with an 02 youre sagged I am sure so need to stay stock size more than likely

Quote Originally Posted by tommudd Well short answer is no way will they fit for one wont fit over the calipers then if using spacers will sit them out too far and will rub everywhere Tires would be too big as well with an 02 youre sagged I am sure so need to stay stock size more than likely That sucks balls. Worked great on my Cherokee. Quote Originally Posted by tjkj2002 Plus those tires are baldworthless. Bad picture they look better in person.

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Wheel spacers....

Hopefully someone here can educated me on wheel spacers.... Ive been reading a lot of posts on this forum and a couple others and I see a lot of guys installing 1.25 wheel spacers on their libertys. Now I assume this device moves the wheel out creating a slightly wider stance which would probably be a benefit to me driving in the sand. Im clueless about these things and would like to know who makes

Skip the spacers and get rims with a different BS.You can buy a set of 5 soft 8 rims for the price of 4 quality spacers. spacers will mean you now will have to keep 40 lugnuts tight instead of 20.And half of those lugnuts will be covered by the wheel.They also are illegal in many areas of the USthey are a big safety concern.

Quote Originally Posted by tjkj2002 Skip the spacers and get rims with a different BS. You can buy a set of 5 soft 8 rims for the price of 4 quality spacers. spacers will mean you now will have to keep 40 lugnuts tight instead of 20.And half of those lugnuts will be covered by the wheel.They also are illegal in many areas of the USthey are a big safety concern. Dont want to sound totally stupid but what does BS mean....

Quote Originally Posted by FlyingLow around 40 per spacer. Id stay far away from fleabay spacers. If your going to use spacers only use SpiderTrax spacersthe highest quality ones out there and you do not want to skimp on these as alot is riding on them.

OK then....I was off base looking at 8 rims so I went back to the Cragar site and looked at 16X7 Soft 8s with the 5X4.5 bolt pattern....(assuming thats correct for the liberty) The off set is 0 which gives the rim a 4 back space and puts 3 out front. Compared to the stock Renny rims that have 6.5 back space and .5 out front so I would gain 2.5 as opposed to the 1.25 wheel spacers would give me......(am

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Liberty Wheel SpacerAdapter

I recently purchased 4 cragar soft 8s 16x8 for my 04 KJ. The bolt pattern on these wheels is 5x5 would the best route be to buy wheel spacers with adapters that go from my 5x4.5 to 5x5 Will these work ok i know spidertrax makes some nice ones.

Quote Originally Posted by 95BadBoy First post - welcome aboard Detroit Lakes is fairly close too. Good to here you are running adapters with JK wheels - been thinking about doing just that. Are you running 24570s Hopefully will test that same program B4 winter hits full force. I am running 2456018s and they are as big as I would go with out a lift. They do rub if you turn all the way backing up or something other wise you never have a problem. I love the set up but I amy going to jack up my liberty in like 2 weeks and I have some tires for 16 wheels. Want to buy mine or trade My tires are almost ready to be replaced and I am a tire dealer so I can get you a good deal if you want new ones put on Let me know I go to Grand Forks everyonce and a while Excuse the jeep being a little dirty. I cleaned the wheels since this pic and they clean up great

I am running 2456018s and they are as big as I would go with out a lift. They do rub if you turn all the way backing up or something other wise you never have a problem. I love the set up but I amy going to jack up my liberty in like 2 weeks and I have some tires for 16 wheels. Want to buy mine or trade My tires are almost ready to be replaced and I am a tire dealer so I can get you a good deal if you want new ones put on Let me know I go to Grand Forks everyonce and a while Excuse the jeep being a little dirty. I cleaned the wheels since this pic and they clean up great

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Does the poweraid throttle body spacer work

I was looking at this httpwww.jeep4x4center.comthrottl...aa310-508.html as I am planning to completely upgrade my jeep over the next year and half. Do they actually work or are they crap. And can people actually post numbers and reasonings on this item for the KJ. I have a 2003 KJ Sport. I am replacing the throttle body entirely with a Fastman throttle body as well. Which people say I should do anyway.

yeah definitely need to come up with a real plan not just google jeep liberty accesories and pick them all. im not a big jeep guy but ive been around hotrods all my life. i do as much as i can myself. now this isnt the easiest thing to accept but the manucafturers spend a lot of time and money to find the best balance out of vehicles. most obd2 stuff is pretty efficient by design. you arent going to

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE 02 with front diff issues after 3 spacer install

So my buddy has a 02 liberty I go on these forum a lot for my XJ. But anyways I was wondering if anyone has had this problem and what they did to fix it... Problem Like I said my buddy has a 02 liberty and it has the 3 spacer kit on it. I think one day out wheeling he messed up his CV shafts. So just recently we replaced both CV shafts and struts. But his problem is still there its just got a little

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Question about Coil Spring Spacers

Hi everyone i have a stock jeep libby 02 and i have been rocking it stock off roading..but i want a little more lift. I do not wanna spend alot of money so i was thinking i should buy spacers.What brand should i buy or is there any other better less expensive ways. thank you

just a note by the time you have spent money on the spring spacers you have spent about half of the money that could have gone towards real lift springs better shocks etc. Depending on how many miles your KJ has you may not see as much lift as is advertised as your springs may already be tired. Adding a spacer to the mix will only further accelerate the lousy ride on stock high mileage springs on libertys.

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Wheel Spacers

Hello all - I want to get wheel spacers for my 02 liberty limited. I am thinking about the Spidertrax 1.25 spacers. Has anyone had any problemsconcerns with these or is there another option Also I dont do much offroad driving. Are they safe for highway driving Thanks in advance - I am new to all of this

What reason do you want to put spacers on a stock liberty

Buy going the tire way warrenty issues may be averted because the wheels are jeep while the spacers are not. Either way extra torque will be put on the ball joints spring and A-arms so there is a possiblity that some part wont like that extra abuse. But I think I could be worth it. Not going off-road will lessen these affects.

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE 2 inch spacer lift

i just added a 2 inch spacer lift to my 2005 liberty.....what tire would you suggest

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE AWD on 03 kj sport and Spacer lift

Ok so i have an 03 kj sport and i was wondering what the advantage to having the AWD what does it help in or with or Also whats the best lift spacer lift and how much do they typicly cost Also would it help to but in Airaid Cool air intake system in Thanks so much

There is no such thing as a AWD libertyits either 2wd or 4wd and some of the 4wd models(auto trans only) have the option of having the 242 select trac t-case which has a full time 4wd selection. Skip any spacer lift and do a full coil suspension liftOME is the best and expect to pay about 700-750 for a OME lift before install labor is added in and a alignment. Skip the aftermarket intakesthe stock setup flows more then the engine needs.

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE 2 inch spacer lift

Is anyone running the liberty 2 Inch Suspension Lift System by Revtek If so how is changed the ride much as far as smooth() and is this spacer lift worth it I am looking to purschase this lift from Performance Products but want feed back before I do. Thanks

Quote Originally Posted by LJ0913 Is anyone running the liberty 2 Inch Suspension Lift System by Revtek If you are in kind of a hurry to find out go here httppub21.ezboard.combkjjeep and ask the question.. there are a few that have the RevTek lift..

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE what has been the experience with a 2.5 spacer lift

I took my liberty out on a trail run last weekend and was very impressed with how it did.....minus my ground clearance. The funds by no means will allow for a full blown lift on my rig but I have seen a lot of the spacer lifts that look rather inexpensive and claim to not have a negative impact on the rest of the components..... I am just looking to get some objectives opinions from some people that may have used or been using them as to how they are Thanks in advance for the help

The great thing about the jeep is you have tons of options. I also have an 04 KJ that needs a bit of a boost as the front suspension is original and sagging a bit. spacers at 2.5 in the front would not be an option for me as I already know the correct way to improve stability and ride height is thru new springs and struts. I also would like to align the Ball joints better with the lift so I will be

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE spacer lift articulation question

Ok so I have a 2 inch bds lift. I wanna go higher so I was thinking a spacer kit most likely 2 inch. This would give me my desired 4 inch lift height however I have heard over 2.5 is a recipe for blown cvs. Now I imagine with a 2.5 kit there is more than 1.5 of down travel. Is it safe to add the spacer allow the suspension to fully droop and install limiting straps 1.5 shorter than the full droop Im

He does say you could do it yourself but the thing is you need to know just what exactly needs doing as he doesnt exactly provide any illustrations that I know of that show anyone how to do just this. Otherwise we could just pull our stock axles and bring them in to the shop and pay some to do the milling work for us and we could reassemble them ourselves using the liberty Service Manual and what ever tools we may need.

JBA-KJ-Gen4.5-A-ARMS fits 2002 through 2007 jeep liberty jeepinbyAl.com Phone 1-888-792-9343

Yes I must agree there is no economical way to mod a liberty. I was definately spoiled with my first jeep (96 xj) and the plethora of budget mods and tricks. As far as a sfa goes whats the minimum height you can run reasonably and safely. I live in a rather strict state when it comes to lift laws.

Quote Originally Posted by FlyingLow Yes I must agree there is no economical way to mod a liberty. I was definately spoiled with my first jeep (96 xj) and the plethora of budget mods and tricks. As far as a sfa goes whats the minimum height you can run reasonably and safely. I live in a rather strict state when it comes to lift laws. At least 8might be able to get by with 6-7 but I doubt it and still

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE spacer lift vs. suspension lift

i hear people knock on spacer lifts all the time but no one has given me solid proof that they are as terrible as everyone is saying. i know suspension lifts are solid but i dont have the 800 for a suspension lift. Im not gonna be using my jeep for any major offroading just a couple of backroads. So what would be the problem paying 170 for a daystar spacer lift

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Spacers Springs both

I see that the list of lift kits to choose from almost doesnt stop. I hear that spacers say from Daystar are to be avoided. Which i can understand when used with stock springs. But is it possible to use 2.5 spacers and a 2.5 lift kit that comes with springs shocks and such to give you 5 of lift If i did that would i still need bump stops Are bump stops needed to keep the springs from compressing completely

parts from it.If you also searched you will find there is no body lifts for a KJ because you can not do one from it being a uniframe design.Bumpstops are required for any lift on a KJ or kill your shocks fast. If you want to fit big tires under a KJ and actually wheel it and have it survive the only way is to SFA it. Ok that makes good sense (except SFA whats that mean) So what i see is that jeepinbyAl

JEEP CHEROKEE coil spacers and lights off or a liberty

does anyone have any pictures of how to install coil spacersand just a thought but has anyone ever tried to put the roof lighting from a libery on a cherokee i dont know if it would work but if it does it would definatly be alot cleaner looking pictures please

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE wheel spacers...

I am wondering that if I put wheel spacers on my KJ to give her a wider stance will this void the warranty Also what are some good sizes or brands for wheel spacers Something like this... httpwww.rocky-road.comkjspace.html Thanks for everyones help

Whether you use wheel spacers or wheels with less backspacing they are going to cause the same exact thing (eg.. going from a wheel with 5.25 of backspacing to 3.25 of backspacing causes the same effects as putting a 2 spacer behind your original factory 5.25 BSd wheels). Anyone who thinks the spacer is moving out where the wheel mounts to the hub is failing to realize that the wheel spacer is basically

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Upper Strut Spacers & Rear Spring Spacers

Does anyone have a sketch of an upper strut plate or spacer I am also looking for a sketch of the rear spring spacers as well. thanks jim

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Wheel Spacers

Can someone fill me in on wheel spacers For example are the RC spacers any good Should I just save up for the Spidertrax ones I am currently putting on OME lift with Bilstein shocks all the way around and I am planning on running 245-75-16s. So naturally I want spacers right Thanks

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Airaid Throttle body spacer

Just bought and installed a spacer for my 08 KK. It was from my first little test an instant 3 MPG fuel savings as for any power change nothing that I could tell. Cost to me was about 125. I installed within about 10 min. I needed a flat head screw driver and a 10mm Socket on a 14 driver ratchet with a 4 extention. Is anyone else running one of these and how are you doing for mileage agains and about about CIAs

Quote Originally Posted by ayosick What was the starting mpg. I get 14.5 mpg with my kj. you think it would help. It will definitely help. The biggest difference comes from having the free flowing intake. I got my TB spacer before I got my intake so the TB spacer with the stock intake setup was pretty limited in air flow. There was a small improvement but nothing to get too excited about. Then I added

I think the K&N intake kit for the Nitro should fit the 08 liberty. I emailed them but they said that they havent tested that kit on that vehicle so they could not offer any warranty on it. I dont think there is any good quality intake kit available yet other than generic. I guess Ill have to wait. I know Mopar ended up making a kit for the XK so hopefully they will offer one for the KK soon as well.

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