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Where are they going, front or back? anytime you add spacers, they will add more stress to the bearing and ball joints. I run 1" on the front of mine just to line the front tires up with the rear. I go through 1 maybe 2 sets of front wheel bearings a year. Alum. would be better IMO.
 

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i was gona put them on front and back but now that i think about it i might jus do what you did
 

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I've heard of guys making their own wheel spacers. Anyone have any idea how you could do that??
 

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What is the exact purpose of wheel spacers?
 

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mkae your quad have a wider stance so its more stabel or to clear bigger tires whe you add a wider tire it can rub the shock in the front
 

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and if your going in a mudhole with deep ruts you have a "fresh bite" on the sides of the rut
 

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Cool. Thanks! What is involved with putting them on? Are they expensive? can someone shoot me a link so I know what to look at? thanks again!
 

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I think the last pair I got was around $70 from Highlifter. they bolt on just like a set of wheels. Ebay is also a good place to get them, just search under wheel spacers.
 

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I have the HL disc brake conversion, will it still work with that?
 
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