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I wanna inexpensively widen my ride. Right now I'm leaning towards the "G Force" hubs in back and
"G Force" spacers up front. Just wanna hear everyone's thoughts. The hubs provide 45mm of width in the rear(each side) and the spacers provide 30mm(each side) up front. Another question that comes to mind is the rear "G Force" spacer is 45mm, thoughts on running the rear spacer up front. Is that physically possible and what would you do?

TIA ... Lee

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The front and rear use a different bolt pattern - so you can't switch the spacers.

I like the design of the GForce ones over the UM Ones.

For the money I'd probably just get wheels with a different offset to achieve the same out front. That's my game plan for the dune tires.

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Shawnz said:
The front and rear use a different bolt pattern - so you can't switch the spacers.
Thanks, wasn't sure.
 

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i have them, rode the hell out of my bike a few weeks ago at el mirage,through woops,jumps,high speed runs through very bad terrain,for the money well worth it.cornering was also improved greatly.gforce hubs,gforce spacers up front :thumbsup:
 

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i have them, rode the hell out of my bike a few weeks ago at el mirage,through woops,jumps,high speed runs through very bad terrain,for the money well worth it.cornering was also improved greatly.gforce hubs,gforce spacers up front :thumbsup:
I bought these from RockyMountainatv last week,
The quality is second to none. Awesome Mod IMO for the Duners

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ROBE said:
JD700R said:
i have them, rode the hell out of my bike a few weeks ago at el mirage,through woops,jumps,high speed runs through very bad terrain,for the money well worth it.cornering was also improved greatly.gforce hubs,gforce spacers up front :thumbsup:
I bought these from RockyMountainatv last week,
The quality is second to none. Awesome Mod IMO for the Duners

Robe
The hubs or front spacers or both?
 

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RLJ3RD said:
ROBE said:
JD700R said:
i have them, rode the hell out of my bike a few weeks ago at el mirage,through woops,jumps,high speed runs through very bad terrain,for the money well worth it.cornering was also improved greatly.gforce hubs,gforce spacers up front :thumbsup:
I bought these from RockyMountainatv last week,
The quality is second to none. Awesome Mod IMO for the Duners

Robe
The hubs or front spacers or both?
both
 

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Real quick ? Dont know if I read it or if I just imagined but will the stock hub that the tire bolts to fit a g force axle. Thanks
 

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I wouldn't see why not???
 

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I didnt know if the splines were different or something seeing how companies will sell you one thing and then you have to buy there whole line because there products only work with what they manufacture. Thanks :thumbsup:
 
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