I'd be willing to bet you'd only need a 1/4" spacer (in the front) to make it work..... than you wouldn't need a spacer in the rear. If you space the front much further (like an 1" or more), you'd want to space the rear to match for tire track tracking/trailing reasons. And for the visual factor!
Or just wait and see..... maybe just flipping the tie rod ends at the hub will be enough!!
I have 26x9's on the front and just spaced mine about 1/8".... That gave me about 3/8" clearance between the tire and tie rod end. I did not flip my tie rod ends, but that would have solved it too.
that makes sense. Now the only problem I have is I live in Topeka Kansas and up to 5 inches of snow is expected by Sunday morning!!! I don't know if I can get spacers that quickly, AND are 1/2 or 1/4 inch spacers even available? If I had to rig it JUST to push snow for one day, I wonder if I could shim a smidge using washers on existing studs. That idea may very well be a bad one.
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