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Unread 06-13-2018, 11:19 AM   #1
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I have read a ton of posts on this forum but have not found an answer yet. I am not lifitng my 02 TXT. I am installing 20x10x10 AT tires with 3+4 offset steel rims. I would like to widen the track for looks and am curious about spacers. What size do you all recommend and to achieve a straight track would I need different size spacers for the front and rear or the same?
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Unread 06-13-2018, 03:53 PM   #2
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My cart has always been lifted so I don't know if stock height if the front and rear are the same width but with that being said ...whatever the difference is front and rear I would add the correct size spacer and roll on.
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I would think it's all a matter of preference. What looks good to you. With that said you're putting 20" on I'd make sure about the clearance while turning the front wheels, make sure your spacer is thick enough so the tires can clear.
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I'd put on the 3+4 offset wheels first and then decide.
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After the 6" lift on my RXV I had to put 3" on the back.
I have 1" on all 4 tires on my Yahama.
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Unread 06-14-2018, 10:44 AM   #7
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Thank you all for the response. I am kind of going a different route with this cart. Gonna keep it stock height, 20x10x10, brush guard, black steel wheels, with black diamond plate. I had flares and 1.5 spacers ordered then canceled them. I thought those 3 inch flares would make it too much without a lift. Thoughts? Going to fit the 20's then see how it looks. I would love a roof rack as well just to complement the brush guard. Any suggestions? Thanks again. (My wife is going to kill me after I am all done with this cart)
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