I don't think an 1/8 of an inch is going to put that much strain on the bearings or balljoints. I know on my old sportsmans I ran the moose wheel spacers, they would thread on to each individual stud and then would male threads that the wheel would go on followed by the lug nuts. Never had a problem with the hub or any of the spacers. Once you bolt the rim on all of the wheel studs are tied together.
However with going an 1.5'' wider did put more stress on the bearings ballljoints and tie rod ends.
When I was riding I noticed that I would start to lose power. Doesn't matter going up hill or down hill or on a straight level ground. I noticed two codes that would pop up. The first was Lo 7.9 and the Lo 9.3. Can anyone tell me what these codes mean.
Hey new here and to atms... but i have had my quad for 1 year now and i have some questions. Does this machine have known issues with the starter, pull start, and carburator ? Because i am having problems all over the place and not sure what i need to do to fix it. it has become a constant...
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