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gt with custom 18" wheels but should I stagger or go with spacers?

Please give me some suggestions. Thinking about the FR500's


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i've never really trusted spacers. I'd go with 18x9 and 18x10 like i've got on my 07 GT


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I've heard a lot of conflicting opinions on the use of spacers. Some say that spacers are no big deal (provided they aren't overly aggressive) and others claim they increase stress on suspension components. Personally, like the poster above says, I wouldn't trust them.
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