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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-15-2001, 09:56 PM
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warrior needs to be wider

i'm wanting the front of my 00 warrior to be a little wider. does anyone know what the safest way of doing it is, besides new a arms. i've heard of people flipping the wheels around or using dura blue wheel spacers. i don't know about flipping the wheels because a guy i know did it and busted his ball joints. i want wider a arms but can't afford them now. if anyone knows which way is better i'd appreciate any feedback.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-15-2001, 10:26 PM
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Re: warrior needs to be wider

i have the offset rims flipped around on my blaster and on my banshee and havent had a problem out of them. i hadnt heard of anything like someone breaking something because of the flipped rims. i have also heard good feedback about the durablue spacers, i have been contemplating some for my blaster to help widen it out a bit. hope some of this has helped.

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Re: warrior needs to be wider

I run the Durablue spacers on the front of my Banshee , and front & rear on my Blaster , I havent had a problem with either of them

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Re: warrior needs to be wider

on the fronts....u cant flip the tires cuz of the calipers and the air stems....

u can get spacers....but a arms are the best way

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post #5 of (permalink) Old 04-16-2001, 12:56 PM
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Re: warrior needs to be wider

duh...after i re-read the original post, i realized he was only talking about the front rims. i dont have my front rims flipped on either of my rides, just the rears. i am researching into the spacers though for my blaster...they sound like just exactly what i am needing on it.

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