They run about 56 dollars U.S. / each. so geting 5 (spare) will cost you more than the spacers. once you get the tires and the rims and do the mounting and balancing, the cost of new rims is MUCH more expensive than spacers. If you were in the market for new tires, then I would recommend getting the rims while you were at it, but if you're tires are in good shape and you don't intend to upgrade to a wider tire then the spacers are better.
Or the super cheep method, Something to keep in mind. The rim is offset with the bolt holes 1 inch to the outside of the centerline. if you have the spoked style rims with the keystone shaped holes encircling the hub, the spokes are flat vertical and the rim can be mounted inside out. This will increase your stance by 1" on each side without any spacers or aftermarket rims. If you have the later style rims with the round holes encircling the hub then you can not flip the wheel.
The skinny width is the best thing!
The Suzuki isnt as wide as the other trucks ruts so it doesnt get bellied all the time
Dont you guys usually put jeep axles under yours?
Jeeps are pretty expensive over here so thats not really an option,
Im playing with an idea of putting Toyota Prado axles under mine, so I get the coil springs as well, and maybe the electric locker
That is, if the rev limiter in the passenger seat will let me....
thanks for the clarification mate.wheelbase is the distance between the front and back wheels. Track is the distance from one tire to the other on the front or back.
Im guessing you mean rolling over? Off road you got to be mindful of the lack of width (driving over banks a little more square than most others) the suzukis so short and such a good turning circle its easy to turn a little more than usual.isn't it more prone to bellying over?