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Unread 02-09-2019, 11:19 PM   #81
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Golf Cart Tire Supply are great folks. Contact them if those wheels are wrong.

A wheel spacer is going to help, call David and give it a shot.
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Unread 02-10-2019, 04:47 PM   #82
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Hey Nole, OK I will contact them and see what they say. Problem is I have had tires mounted on the rims now. So unless a spacer creates some problem (?) I think it is my cheapest option.

I just cant figure out what size spacer I need. 1/4" from David, 1" or 2", and will I need to adjust rear wheels as well to match, or is the back wider to begin with. I cant find any info on the clearance needed.
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1" spacer is usually a block for your front end. 1/4" wheel spacer is usually just a spacer to fit on the existing studs but moves your tire out that marginal distance to give you the clearance you need.
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Right... They bolt in to existing wheel studs... And the spacer has its own new studs. Are these like a half *** solution? I don't think 1/4 of an inch spacer will work... Unless all I need is 1/16 of an inch clearance?
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Right... They bolt in to existing wheel studs... And the spacer has its own new studs. Are these like a half *** solution? I don't think 1/4 of an inch spacer will work... Unless all I need is 1/16 of an inch clearance?
They are not a half-@$$ solution. These are factory wheel spacers that came off of some Club Car limo cars that I lifted. I'm not sure where you're getting 1/16" from. These are going to give you 1/4" of extra clearance on both the driver and passenger side. They do not have their own studs. They are thin enough to allow you to re-use your existing studs. The studs on the front hubs are longer than the studs in the rear for this reason. It's a factory option on certain carts and it'll work just fine.
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Hey Tahoe, cool. I meant to type 3/16" not 1/16. I figured your spacers would be better than the bigger bolt on ones...i was referring to the bigger bolt on ones when I asked about being half @ss solution.

I am saying, the wheel is rubbing I would guess by about a 1/16 of an inch. If I add back 1/4" with the spacer, my clearance will be about 3/16 of an inch. Is this enough?
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If you add 1/4" to 1/16 you've got 5/16", which is plenty. As long as it's not rubbing it really doesn't matter how much clearance you have. In factory configuration you're gonna have somewhere around 3/8" clearance so 5/16" is just under that. But if it's not rubbing it'll work fine.
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no the 1/16 is the other way...the tire is over the control arm by that much...its rubbing by 1/16 of an inch....but if 3/16 is enough clearance, how can I get those spacers from you?
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David Hicks at Revolution Golf Cars 706-431-3917.
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As NoleFan said, call, text, PM or email (info@revolutiongolfcars.com).
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