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i was riding at a track the other day and a few of the guys to me to flip the front wheels side to side to add a little width in the front for stability.
then again ive also read that effing with the front width wear out parts much faster
they are flipped right now
should i put them back on normally or leave them flipped for the wider stance???
thanks in advance
-dan
 

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I'd put them back they way they came. You're all sorts of stress on the arms, knuckles, ect as well as possibly altering their respective geometries. If you want to gain an inch or two buy a set of A-Arms. They're much safer than doing what you're doing. Also, keep in mind, the way you have the tires set up now your calipers are unprotected. Imagine if one of those catches a rock? It's bye bye front brakes!
 

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ok will do!!!!
btw i did happen to notice the calipers being exposed and thought :eek:
-dan
 
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