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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-17-2008, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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Question Whell spacers

Iwas wandering if wheel spacers help? an if so will they last trail ridding.
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Yea they help,I ran 2in spacers on mine,but what I did notice was the steering responds a little different,no bid deal,ended up going with LT.
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I wouldnt get too crazy with them in the front.....but they aight out back. They will give some bump stear in the front and its harder on spindles



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they definatly help with side to side stability. i ran 2 inch spacers all the way around.

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yeah ,but whats the worst thing that could happen
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i run a lt and 2" spacers for the dunes and take spacers out for desert riding. kept finding it was to wide for the trails, kept getting flats. like it was said they are harder on spindles when u have that much sticking out.
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Wheel spacers or offset wheels are a must IMO.... You need to widen you stance for added stability. With stock wheels the best set up is 2" in the rear and 1" in the front....

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Wheel spacers or offset wheels are a must IMO.... You need to widen you stance for added stability. With stock wheels the best set up is 2" in the rear and 1" in the front....
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Wheel spacers or offset wheels are a must IMO.... You need to widen you stance for added stability. With stock wheels the best set up is 2" in the rear and 1" in the front....
yep.. or mid-long travel

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