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if your running 4:1 rims and plus 2 arms can u tell me how wide your front end is?????????? thanks.
 

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Originally posted by [email protected]@Sep 25 2003, 08:37 PM
I don't know of any wheel companies making 4+1 in a 4/156 pattern.
wow, i would of thought someone would have :O well in that case, what will 3:2 with +2's come out to be width wise? i wanna make sure i buy the right parts.
 

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I have a set of 4/1's with stock width arms and I think I am right at 48" They are douglas red labels. Also, I didnt order them this way I got sent the wrong offset but didnt have time to mess with so I just ran em.
 

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PRP Long travel +2 a arms and inset 4-1 wheels 46.5-47 inches I had inset wheels on my honda so I just drilled them to fit a Yamaha they work perfect Now all I have to do is change tires and wheels and I can race Mx, xc and tt all on the same bike

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I have 4-1 inset on my YFZ with a long travel gibson front end. I measured it once, It was like 49-49 1/2 depending upon how much the susupension was compressed. I just barely squeeze through the spreader bar.
 

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Originally posted by DigitMXTracks@Oct 26 2003, 07:27 PM
why would you want to widen the front then just shrink it back in with such shallow rims? isnt that defeating the purpose and your money?!
go run +3's with a stock offset (3+2) rim then +3's with a 4+1 offset rim. I will bet you money the 4+1 handles better. Anything over 50" (not 50.3, just like 53 and 54) will start to push in turns. The inside of the 4+1 will be closer to your balljoint also which makes it handle better, take studder bumps better, and put less stress on your tie rod ends and balljoints/heims.
 

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Originally posted by YFZ_53+Oct 27 2003, 03:50 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (YFZ_53 @ Oct 27 2003, 03:50 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--DigitMXTracks@Oct 26 2003, 07:27 PM
why would you want to widen the front then just shrink it back in with such shallow rims? isnt that defeating the purpose and your money?!
go run +3's with a stock offset (3+2) rim then +3's with a 4+1 offset rim. I will bet you money the 4+1 handles better. Anything over 50" (not 50.3, just like 53 and 54) will start to push in turns. The inside of the 4+1 will be closer to your balljoint also which makes it handle better, take studder bumps better, and put less stress on your tie rod ends and balljoints/heims. [/b][/quote]
they also help reduce bump steer ;)
 

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I'm running LSR's long travel front with 4+1 off-set front rims.....I'm right at 49.5 inches + / - depending on my sag.......My 4+1 rims came straight from Douglas, and fit straight on my YFZ.....so I assume they make the 4/156 pattern. :wtf
 

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Originally posted by nacsracer27+Oct 27 2003, 09:04 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (nacsracer27 @ Oct 27 2003, 09:04 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>
Originally posted by [email protected] 27 2003, 03:50 AM
<!--QuoteBegin--DigitMXTracks
@Oct 26 2003, 07:27 PM
why would you want to widen the front then just shrink it back in with such shallow rims? isnt that defeating the purpose and your money?!

go run +3's with a stock offset (3+2) rim then +3's with a 4+1 offset rim. I will bet you money the 4+1 handles better. Anything over 50" (not 50.3, just like 53 and 54) will start to push in turns. The inside of the 4+1 will be closer to your balljoint also which makes it handle better, take studder bumps better, and put less stress on your tie rod ends and balljoints/heims.
they also help reduce bump steer ;) [/b][/quote]
forgot that :lol
 

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my hipers are 4+1 offset, in 156 bolt pattern. And there is no way you are that wide with stock a-arms and 4+1 offset, I measure mine out at just over 44"
 
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