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Aluminum 1.75" BORA Spacers (pair-2) 5 or 6 lug All makes and models

Aluminum 1.75" BORA Spacers (pair-2) 5 or 6 lug All makes and modelsAluminum 1.75" BORA Spacers (pair-2) 5 or 6 lug All makes and modelsAluminum 1.75" BORA Spacers (pair-2) 5 or 6 lug All makes and modelsAluminum 1.75" BORA Spacers (pair-2) 5 or 6 lug All makes and models

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2 x BORA spacers

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This package includes 2-BORA spacers/adapters in 1.75" thickness for any 5 or 6 lug Chevy, GMC, Ford, Jeep, Toyota, Nissan or Dodge trucks.
Simply add your vehicle specs at checkout and we will ensure proper fitment!


The B.O.R.A. spacer is hub and wheel centric to create a perfect fit. This spacer will set the truck up just like a factory set up insuring a perfect ride. Anodized black spacer, grade 10.9 Steel studs, heat treated and zinc finished and lug nuts to bolt spacer to vehicle are included. These spacers come with a lifetime warranty. Made in the USA!


BORA Truck Spacers are manufactured right here in the USA with top-of-the-line, state-of-the-art, HAAS CNC machines, using only the best U.S. Alcoa 6061t6 billet aluminum. Unlike competitors, BORA provides a LIFETIME WARRANTY. BORA spacers will set your truck up just like a factory setup, insuring a perfect ride.


Lug nuts are made of 10.9 grade Steel, not stainless steel. The Open End Lugnuts we provide to attach our Adapter/Spacer kits are Cold Forged for increased strength and uniformity, our lug nuts meet or exceed OEM and aftermarket application standards. The Lug Nuts are backed by our ISO, QS and TS16949 Certified Facilities.



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General application guide for spacers regarding trimming studs: 1" will work on all Toyota's without cutting the factory studs, stock or aftermarket wheels 1.25" will work on all Nissan's without cutting the factory studs, stock or aftermarket wheels. 1.75" will work on all Chevy, Ford, Dodge 1500's without cutting the factory studs on all stock and aftermarket wheels 2" will work on all Chevy, Ford, Dodge 8 Lug application without cutting studs on all factory and stock wheels HOWEVER, if your OEM or aftermarket wheels have "pockets" in the mounting pad, you may be able to use thinner spacers than above as the studs will poke through the spacer but sit in the "pockets" on the pads of the wheels. To know 100% simply measure exactly how far the stock studs stick out, measure how deep the pockets are on the mounting pad of the wheels and add them, that is the thickness spacer you may run. So 1" studs plus 1/2" pockets means 1.75" spacers or larger will work and 1.5" spacers will be cutting it close. Since 1996, Motorsport Tech’s Adapters and Spacers have been designed, built, tested, and proven in the toughest conditions on Earth - We’ve outfitted vehicles in the US Military for combat duty, desert racing pre-runners, Arctic rescue vehicles, major auto companies including Ford, Chrysler, and Goodyear, and have built parts for thousands of hardcore off-road enthusiasts around the world - including our own vehicles we drive daily. With our experience and acquired knowledge over the last 15 years, along with a recent expansion of our in-house production facility, we thought it was time to introduce a new 4x4 specific line: BORA. BORA stands for Bulletproof Off Road Adapters. And that’s just what they are. BORA adapters will be built to the same exacting standards of all Motorsport Tech parts (Made in the USA with Alcoa aluminum on state of the art American made Haas CNC machines) but now at a lower price! Lug nuts are made of 10.9 grade Steel, not stainless steel. Some of our Closed End lugnuts have a Stainless Steel Cap, but those are really only used to attach an aftermarket wheel the spacers or truck's factory studs. We do not make Stainless Steel Open End Lugnuts, no need for that. The Open End Lugnuts we provide to attach our Adapter/Spacer kits are Cold Forged for increased strength and uniformity, our lug nuts meet or exceed OEM and aftermarket application standards. The Lug Nuts are backed by our ISO, QS and TS16949 Certified Facilities.

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Please allow up to 15-20 business days as some spacers/adapters are custom made to order. Returns will be assessed a 25% restocking fee due to the custom nature and shipping fees. If the spacers have been installed or show any chips or witness marks, THEY CANNOT BE RETURNED. Please realize this is a custom part and we must adhere to this return policy, be sure you are keeping them before you install them. ******Please note 3 day shipping doesn't change the fabrication process/time. All orders ship standard ground unless 3 day shipping is chosen via drop down******

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  1. 06 sierra 1500 4wd, 6″ rough country lift with 18×10 -12 diamo 17 karat rims and 35×12.50 treadwright claw3 tires and I would say the front wheels stick out mabe about 2″ from the front fender My question is would you recommend the 1.75″ or the 2″ spacers for the rear to even up the track width? Thanks in advance!

    • 2″ is the most common thickness to fix the track width problem. 1.75″ will also work but be a little narrow. In most cases it right in between 1.75″ and 2″ with the naked eye its really hard to see when using either or. I would say we sell 10/1 more 2″ than 1.75″ though.

  2. I just put 20×12 on and the back isn’t even, should i run 2″ spacers or 1.75″ ? What would make it look the best?

  3. My apologies, or will a 1.75 work better.

  4. Running a 20×12 -44 wheel on a 1999 chevy tahoe is a 1.50 incha spacer better to even the rear with the front of 1.75

  5. I just installed a Zone 4.5 inch suspension lift, with 18×10 -24 wheels with 33×12.50 tires. Looking to even the back with the front, will the 1.75″‘ work with no stud trimming?

  6. I have an 04 Silverado 1500. I have a lift kit now and am thinking about 2″ spacers in the rear to match the front. I tow a small/ med size camper. Would the spacers be a bad idea when towing? Thanks

    • They are 100% safe to tow with. With just a smaller camper I wouldn’t worry about it. If it was a larger one you could go with steel but I don’t think its necessary in your case.

  7. I have a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 I’m doing 7 inch lift with 22×12 hostile Stryker 35×12.50 I wanna do spacers in the rear to even up with the front but I don’t want to trim studs what will be my best bet to get a good even look with the front without trimming studs thanks in advance

    • The newer trucks really don’t need spaces in the rear when you lift them. I would get everything together and go from there.

  8. Will the 1.75″ spacer work on the rear of my 2006 silverado without trimming the studs?

  9. Just picked up a set of 295/65/20 nitto mud terrains on stock dodge ram sport rims for a 2010 ram 1500 leveling kit installed. They rub at full turn, will these be my best choice? or should I go with the 1/2″ spacers? I dont want to cut lugs and I want the stock rim look. But i want to maintain full range of motion on the tire..

  10. Will these fit my f150 studs without any trimming?

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