I was going to install a Superatv 2" lift kit and MB Seven X 13" wheels yesterday. Life lessons have taught me that things that seem simple can get tripped up pretty easily. Superatv 2" lift kit I thought this would be a pretty straightforward mod--until I opened the box. A quick measure showed the strut spacers are actually 3" tall. How this translates to a 2" lift, I don't know. Also, the shackles on my truck measure about 2.75" (center bolt to center bolt) the shackles in the kit measure 7". In retrospect, I should have gone with new springs and made my own shackles. Yesterday I ordered a pair of 10" 200lb springs from Jeg's. I went with the lighter springs because my truck is older and lighter. Come to think of it, I am too Superatv said I can return the kit for a refund. I think I'll exchange it for a hitch bumper. MB Seven X 13" wheels I thought for sure I could do this mod in my sleep. I went to Walmart and bought brand new 155/80/13 tires and had them mounted on the new wheels. At the very least I figured I could just put them on and see how they look. The biggest concern when shopping for new wheels was finding a wheel with a center bore that would fit over the Aisin manual locking hubs which are about 71mm. The box on the wheels say the center bore is 73mm, so far so good. When I went to install them, I realized that the opening on the outside of the wheel where the center cap goes is about 68mm :frustration: Unless someone can offer up a good alternative, I can only come up with two solutions: Have a machine shop bore out the outside part of the wheel to 73mm. Install 1" or 1.25" spacers so combined with the 73mm part of the wheel's center bore (a little over 1") would allow me to fit the wheel over the locking hub. I'm not too keen on permanently altering the wheels, but I'm not sure what other issues may arise if I push the wheels out with spacers. Before I take the next step, I'd like to hear from the experts on how they would approach this. One other thought. Would it be possible to remove the locking hubs and leave the front axles in the locked position? Thanks for any help.