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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
if i was to get spacers (due to the bearing wear) i would get 1'' on the front and 2.5'' on the back, and something that im concerned about is if i do alot of road riding or jumping with the spacers will it bend my axle or tear out my rear end
 

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good points but i would put them on anyway and 29.5's till something broke it would be bad to the bone .

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ill be putting a order in to my warehouse soon
 

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im not talking about taking out bearings im talking about bending the back axle
 

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IMO if you want to jump get a sport quad, 4wd are made for mud!!!
 

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ive been jumping it for 2 years and it hasnt hurt it yet
 

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the only reason i jump is because its fun if ALL YOU DO IS MUD it will eventually get a little old so it is occasionally fun to go out there with a foreman and show the sport bike boys up in everything (acceleration, jumping, wheelies) if you dont have fun doing that its because you cant do it
 

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Not trying to ruffle your feathers. I love jumping and wheeling also but I have a 250r for that and it can take the abuse with the long travel suspension where as the foreman is alot shorter traveled not to mention over twice the weight. Hey it's your bike man we are just trying to help.
 

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personally i just prefer to make a utility bike tough enough to handle the abuse that a sport bike can take
 
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