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What do anybody think about putting wheel spacers on my kingquad 700????

I've seen two kinds: just changing the bolts or the real spacer block....

Not looking for alot just probable looking at 1 1/2 each side..

let me know guys!!!!

thanks..

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I don't recommend wheel spacers on the 700 King Quad because of weak arms on the rear suspension. Mainly the first 2 years of the King Quad. Will put extra stress on the ball joints also.

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kinda late reply, but i would never run wheel spacers. they give a helluva lot of bumpsteer.

but if you want to sacrifice handling for a wider quad, then its good i guess.

im also scared to use wheel spacers. i just dont trust them.

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Your spindles will break off before the spacers fail. A way around the bump steer is to just put them on the rear. A stance in the back will keep the center of gravity nice and low. Bump steer is easily resolved by a steering stabilizer.

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Wouldn't recommend them on ANY quad! Esp. on a ute, The wrong leverage like stated above will add way more stess on ur CV, and ball joints causing a fail. This doesnt mean jumping it either just coming fast down a hill to a flat ground, where ur suspension collapses, would rip ur cv knuckles right apart

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Wouldn't recommend them on ANY quad! Esp. on a ute, The wrong leverage like stated above will add way more stess on ur CV, and ball joints causing a fail. This doesnt mean jumping it either just coming fast down a hill to a flat ground, where ur suspension collapses, would rip ur cv knuckles right apart

No they won't. If you are running 3" spacers on each side maybe. I run them on our 1200lbs Rhino with no issues. I know people that race GNCC in the UTV class with spacers, they jump all day long in their rhino. Never a bent spindle, bent lug, or busted axles, or as you say ripped knuckles.

The info you gave is false.

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Have an 03 Yammi Griz, Had spacers, broke CV knuckles all the time, Took them out and now its fine, just going on personal experience..easy tiger

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I recently put some on my Honda Recon 250, which is no where near the beast yours is, but I love mine. It is way less tippy and had a better stance. I do not jump or tear it up to much so maybe that's why mine are working so well. I use my machine mostly for offroading going to and from deer stands as well as plowing snow.

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,,,,,I think they are for people that need a False Sense of Security:yes::laugh:

3/4" spacers on the back of each wheel on the rhino made the difference of the rhino flipping on fast turns or sliding and hugging the corner. I can't believe the difference in stability it added to the Rhino.

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I added 1" spacers all the way around on my 07 Grizzly 700. It was the single best thing I did on that machine. Handling and stability were greatly improved. I put over 2300 hard miles on that machine, 2000 with spacers and never had an issue. If I bought another Grizz it would be the first thing I put on the machine.

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I`m fixxin to try some out for the first time at the Dunes :confused:Hope it work out :yes:The wife will kill me when she finds out I bought some !!!:laugh:

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