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Hello. I was wondering if anyone here has used spacers to get the front end wider. I see that Dura Blue makes some. For the rear end I will just get a new axle. Any suggestions on axles or spacer would be appreciated.
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Slinger,

From what I hear i would not use spacers at any time for m/x.

Geoff
 

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Originally posted by Aussiequadrider@Nov 24 2003, 04:44 AM
Slinger,

From what I hear i would not use spacers at any time for m/x.

Geoff
:stupid do not use wheel spacers if you will be doing ANY jumping...... u will bend your hubs and hav to buy new one *aww shucks huh* :blah
 

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WHEEL SPACERS ARE A BAD IDEA. i've seen many people get hurt using them on mx tracks. they bend very easy on jumps. my suggestion would be buy a wider axle & wider a arms if you want to widen your quad. just my .02.


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I just put some wheel spacers on my Wife's YFZ and it's almost too wide now. The other thing that I ran into was that the rear rims (douglas race rings in and out) will not fit over the rear spacers. We want to buy a-arms and an axle but then when we go play riding it's too wide. Right now we can just take off the extenders and go ditch riding. I do not have any time on a motocross track with it though, but I know that they won't be strong enough for me. So, I think we are going to get the RPM axle rear and some Leager's for the front.
 

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I WATCHED A FRIEND OF MINE WITH A BANSHEE THAT HAD REVERSED WHEELS AND SPACERS ON THE FRONT NEEDLESS TO SAY YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPEND HE SNAPPED THE SPINDLE AND HIS WHEEL WENT FLYING INTO A POND AT BUDDS CREEK
 
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