I recently got my set of 17" SVT rims installed on my explorer. I love the wheels look but i do not like how the offset has decreased the amount of "stance" the car used to have. The wheels seem to be further into the wheel well then before and i can already tell it's annoying me to look at. I thought it would be a simple solution to just get some 1.25" wheel spacers/adapters but i'm wondering what (if any) are the cons to using wheel spacers. Pretty much the only pro i can think of besides making it look the way i want is that it increases the overall wheel base width making it less likely to roll over. Any reason i shouldn't put 1.25" adapters on the front and back? Quick Edit: I'm referring to the 1.25" adapters that bolt up to the existing lug-nuts and then have their own individual studs that the wheel bolts up to. Did a search and saw a lot of negative flack being given for "spacers"...so just to clarify, i'm only talking about adapters.