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Justin: If you're looking to help achieve a very aggressive stance on that 2004 to 2014 F-150 at home, but without changing the wheels, well then adding the Supreme Suspensions 1.50-inch wheel spacers would be one of the easiest ways to do so. Now, these hub centric spacers will be made from high-quality T6 billet aluminum and sold in sets of two for right around 120 bucks. Installing this one shouldn't be too bad. So, that's why the site is gonna stick to a solid one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter and at least an hour to knock out all four from start to finish.So, again, adding a set of wheel spacers is one of the easiest ways to either gain clearance or make for a more aggressive stance. Now, if I had to guess, most truck owners watching this video are gonna be more interested in the stance aspect more so than clearing a larger big brake kit. But whatever the case, the Supreme Suspensions options will help you in either situation. Now, these particular options are very aggressive in the land of spacers, as they do add 1.5 inches or 38 millimeters of offset to your stock or aftermarket wheels. Now, this will obviously help achieve a very flush look with those stock wheels, or just allow you to go totally wild with a set of aftermarket wheels, depending on their offset.Now, the spacers themselves have been made from high-quality T6 billet aluminum before being anodized black and they do feature that 6x135 bolt pattern found on all '04 to '14 F-150s. You're also gonna be looking at an 87-millimeter hub size, meaning there's no need for any additional hub-centric rings or anything like that and will provide you with a very wobble-free or vibration-free operation. Now, the spacers are going to bolt to your existing hubs, thanks to the included hardware or lugs, and they will reuse the same M14x2.0 lug nuts as your factory option torqued to 150 foot-pounds. But now we wanna show you just what it takes to install a set of spacers on your F-150 at home. So, without further ado, here's our detailed walkthrough and quick tool break down.Man: Tools used for this install are a 1/2-inch impact gun or breaker bar. If you're doing factory wheels or factory lug nuts, you'll need a 21-millimeter socket. For our install, we used a 19-millimeter socket and a 5-millimeter Allen key. And you'll also need a torque wrench capable of at least 150 foot-pounds.So, the first step of this install is gonna be to get the wheels off the ground. You can either use a lift or a floor jack. We're gonna be using a floor jack, and you're gonna pull the wheel off so that you can install your new spacer. So, let's get started. So, I'm just gonna put my floor jack here underneath the lower control arm to get the wheel up off the ground. So, as you can see, we're dealing with some aftermarket wheels here and they do have a center cap that covers up the lug nuts. So, I'm gonna be using a 5-millimeter Allen socket to remove the Allen bolts that hold the center cap on. But if you're dealing with stock wheels, you'll just need a 21-millimeter socket to remove your lug nuts. So, as I mentioned before, because of our aftermarket wheels, I'm gonna be using a 19-millimeter socket to remove our lug nuts, but if you're dealing with factory wheels and factory lug nuts, you're gonna use a 21-millimeter and it's the same process.So, now we're ready to throw on our new wheel spacer, and I'm just gonna slide these on over the studs. And I'm gonna use a 19-millimeter socket to install the provided lug nuts and I'm gonna torque these down to the manufacturer spec of 150 foot-pounds. Now, I can torque these down to spec. So, I've got my buddy inside the truck to flip on the brake pedal, and now I can torque these to 150 foot-pounds and I'm going to torque them down in a star pattern. And now we're ready to throw our wheels back on and we'll torque them down to the factory spec of 150 foot-pounds. I'll just get these lightly snugged up with my impact gun and then go back and torque them down. So, now that my wheel is snugged up, I can lower it back down so I can torque it down properly. So, I'm gonna torque down my lug nuts with a 19-millimeter socket. However, if you're working with factory wheels and factory lug nuts, once again, you'll be using a 21-millimeter and it's the same torque spec. Now, I can throw my center cap back on and call this install complete.And that's going to wrap up this review and install of the Supreme Suspensions 1.50-Inch Pro Billet Wheel Spacers for your 2004 to 2014 F-150. Thanks for watching. And for all things F-150, keep it right here at americantrucks.com.
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Added Style. In order to give your 2004-2014 Ford F-150 a stylish boost, make sure to install Supreme Suspensions' 1.50 inch Pro Billet Wheel Spacers. These high-quality spacers are designed to allow for customized upgrades in rims and oversized tires, while simultaneously giving your truck a superior offset for an aggressive and intimidating stance that will make others stare.
Rigorously Tested. Not only do these spacers widen your truck's track width by 1.50 inches, but they are also rigorously tested to ensure they are lightweight, yet strong and have a race-quality performance. CNC-machined from T6 aircraft billet and finished with an anodized coating, these spacers are sure to give you the durability you need, wherever you go.
Pressed, Not Glued. The spacers are also built with splined studs that are pressed into place, which is far superior to the gluing technique that is seen in many less effective and weaker spacers. With this design, the spacers are guaranteed to stay in place when properly installed, without any risk of vibrations or imbalance.
Warranty. These spacers are backed by a 30-day satisfaction guarantee, as well as a limited lifetime warranty. See the full warranty for details and limitations.
Installation. Installing these spacers takes about 30 minutes to an hour from start to finish for those with light mechanical skills. However, an alignment is always recommended after altering the length of your wheel and tires.
Application. Supreme Suspensions' 1.50 inch Pro Billet Wheel Spacers fit all 2004-2014 Ford F-150s perfectly.
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