2. Not only did this truck have a massive lift, it also had wheel spacers. The safety of spacers has been debated for a long time. In most cases, wheel spacers are very well built and don't cause a problem for an owner that uses them. They do increase leverage and increase steering scrub, but so does a wheel with a wide offset. This pictured problem is not with the wheel spacers themselves, but the fact that they've been applied to an already-weak front end. The wheel spacers may have helped get the tire-and-wheel package onto the truck, but it definitely is adding stress and leverage on that front end.