Don't think I want to space it out from the body. Got a way bigger tire, so I think it may stress those mounts out more than I want. That's why I was thinking I'd need to do it at the wheel mounting studs. So far, Sparky's idea sounds the most feasible. I'll have to grind off the welds holding the studs in on the backside and put new longer bolts in with a spacer on the bolt of some sort. Dunno, I'll take the bracket off and tinker with these ideas.
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