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    Does anyone near Anchorage to the valley have some wheel spacers that I could borrow to see if it will fix my front tire rubbing issue? Not sure if I need 1" 1 1/2" or 2". Id like to test some before I start buying them. They are 4/110 bolt pattern.


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    Message sent.....

    On Edit: I sent message but I have the wrong bolt pattern....sorry.

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    Lol. Well dang


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    The Cat Pattern is 115...not sure why I was thinking 110mm.

    I have aftermarket wheels, 2 inch spacers and a couple of other things we could have tried.

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    I'm hoping some spacers will help. I have 2" lift and 30" interforce tires. Fronts rub a little too much at full turn


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    If you end up needing 1" spacers, I have a set I'd sell. Only used a few days and took back off.
    I kinda far away too loan........
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    Check with Todd at AK ATV Salvage in ER. I think he has a few sets lying around.
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    Thanks for the tip. I'll swing by this afternoon and see if he has some


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    Well nothing that fit


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    Where are they rubbing? Fenders? A Arms? Bumper?

    Look at your tire arc. Should be able to see what it going to take to get it right.

    BTW....check the width of your machine. If you are 48" wide or less go to 2 inch spacers. The machine will be much more stable. When they started making machines to fit the 50" or less rule I feel they made them a little more prone to wanting to roll over. A friend's machine was just so tippy. He rode my Cat over the same terrain where he had issues and difference was big. My older Cat is 54" wide, his machine was only 48". 2 inch spacers made things alot more stable on uneven ground.

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    Mine is rubbing right behind the tires on the inner fender. Looks like the machine is near 55" wide from hub to hub. Might just get some 1 1/2" spacers and see how they work out


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    Rob give this guy a try......

    http://anchorage.craigslist.org/snw/5624744283.html

    Know nothing bout him other then the listing

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    Lol. Yeah. I've been watching that ad. He wants 4 times what they are new. There are some in soldotna though. Might message him


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    I would just order the 2 inch....not going to hurt anything....well you are gonna get muddy no matter what spacer you use.

    ON Edit: Amazon $53.99 plus $10 for shipping.

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    Good idea. Yeah mud never hurt anyone. This rig isn't a play toy anyway. Mostly built it for hunting but it's fun to take out every now and then


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    I just looked up those tires. Those are some big meats. I hope you have power steering.

    You may need to shave a little off on the inner lug corner edge.

    On Edit:I run 30" Black Mambas on my SxS great tire. After 4 years I decided to check the air pressure and found out I had none. Good stiff tire and bead lock rims make it bout indestructible.

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    No kidding. They are mean tires for sure. Fairly light and easy on the drivetrain but really aggressive in the mud. Perfect for moose hunting. I'll try trimming the edges tomorrow and see how that goes


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    Not sure the spacers will get you what you are after, actually may cause them to hit along the fender edges as that tire maybe be a little taller in the middle.

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    That's why I was looking for a set to test before I buy them.


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    I've got a set of 2" off my Rhino. No longer use them.

    I'm in Anchorage and not going anywhere. You can try them and make me an offer if they fit.

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