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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DURABLUE WHEEL SPACERS! 2 STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM: Wheel GL Wheel Spacer EL-fit Wheel Spacer w/replacement studs with stud extenders Wheel Hub Wheel studs Bearring Carrier Axle Replaces existing wheel hub studs Uses stud extenders over with longer studs. existing wheel hub studs Product Info Note: If it vital that the wheel fits flat on top of the spacer. Some wheels may • Wheel spacers are made from2 materials, Urethane or Aluminum. have a weld on the inner edge and it may be necessary to trim the spacer so • Wheel spacers are either 1-1/2” or 2-1/2” thick ! it fits properly. • Spacers come 2 per box plus hardware. • 2 types of spacers,GL spacers or EZ-fit. Installation Tips Advantage’s of Wheel Spacers Screw on the stud extenders and tighten a little better than hand tight. Put on the • Widens the wheel base and creates better stability and lessens the possibility spacer and then the wheel. Tighten lug bolts north, south, east and west. Avoid of a roll over. tightening one side down 100%. This will create a wedge effect that may crack • Less expensive alternative to buying a wider axle. the spacer. Tighten each lug bolt a little at a time until they are all evenly tight. • Fast installation. This will give the wheel spacer proper compression. • Spacers will last for years with proper installation. Which Spacers work best? How do I figure out the bolt pattern? For trail riding use spacers with the same thickness in the front and rear. For When you need to order a set of wheel spacers you may need flat tracking racing 2-1/2” for the rear and 1-1/2” for the front. Motocross to know the bolt pattern of your wheels. 1-1/2” front only, use wider axle for the rear. Big side by sideUTV’s use UTV To figure out your bolt pattern do the following. First, count the number of lug bolts. easy fit aluminum spacers only ! Lets say there are 4. Second, take a measurement from the center of one stud bolt to the center of the other.Measure across the center of the wheel hub not the outside. (see figure on left). Lets say it’s 110 millimeters. You put the number of lug bolts first. So now you have 4 x 110 millimeters = 4110. You now have a 4” x 110” bolt pattern! Wheel Hub You may see an (R) or (F) with the part numbers. This means the spacer is rec- Don’t measure the outside ! ommended for the rear or front. R=2-1/2”, F=1-1/2”, the choice is yours. (P) is for Polaris. Measures 110 millimeters Measure center of bolt to center of bolt. Use metric ruler! 322


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