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Offline RR34

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Re: Tip See
« Reply #15 on: June 12, 2008, 03:46:22 PM »
After I put my HMF slip on it gave my quad some bawlz and when i turn and give it gas it feels tip see!!!!! I think i might get some spacers to help that but not sure what size to get i know they have 1.5 and 2.5 so it would make it 3in wider or 5in wider what do you guys suggest I get?

I would do G-Force extended hubs before I did spacers. If your budget only alows spacers,  G-Force stuff is HIGH quality aluminum.

For around $220 (includes the cost of axle wrench) you can own a GForce axle (adjustable to +2 and +4).

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You dont need an axle wrench for it.
And if u want to look around i have these ITP front rims that were only $20 each and widens the front out 2 inches.

those wheels wont hesitate to break if you do jumps though. overshot a 70ft triple on my 350 and broke my backwheels clean in half. they were ITP C-series? i think.
f*ck the system? i didnt even know there was a system!


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Re: Tip See
« Reply #16 on: June 13, 2008, 12:09:17 AM »
After I put my HMF slip on it gave my quad some bawlz and when i turn and give it gas it feels tip see!!!!! I think i might get some spacers to help that but not sure what size to get i know they have 1.5 and 2.5 so it would make it 3in wider or 5in wider what do you guys suggest I get?

I would do G-Force extended hubs before I did spacers. If your budget only alows spacers,  G-Force stuff is HIGH quality aluminum.

For around $220 (includes the cost of axle wrench) you can own a GForce axle (adjustable to +2 and +4).

~Brian

You dont need an axle wrench for it.
And if u want to look around i have these ITP front rims that were only $20 each and widens the front out 2 inches.

those wheels wont hesitate to break if you do jumps though. overshot a 70ft triple on my 350 and broke my backwheels clean in half. they were ITP C-series? i think.

not too many overshoot 70ft triples ya know

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Re: Tip See
« Reply #17 on: June 13, 2008, 07:43:04 AM »
Does anyone know how to take the stock axle off and put the G-force one on?
HMF slip on, K&N air filter, jetted, full skid plates, orange headlight covers, rear razr1 tires.

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Re: Tip See
« Reply #18 on: June 13, 2008, 09:18:53 AM »
Stock axle comes off easy, take the wheels off, then the hubs, brake caliper, sprocket, axle nut, brake disc, then take a rubber mallet and pound it out from the driver side. This is off of memory if its wrong tell me and i'll actually go look...

The g-force comes with instructions to put it in. But if you need help with it i can help u with that too. The g-force is great you are going to love it  :thumbs:

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Re: Tip See
« Reply #19 on: June 13, 2008, 08:19:55 PM »
Alright sounds good Livingmylife93 I will let you know if i need anymore help.... Thanks
HMF slip on, K&N air filter, jetted, full skid plates, orange headlight covers, rear razr1 tires.

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Re: Tip See
« Reply #20 on: June 14, 2008, 12:28:40 AM »
loved my G-force :clap: