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2014 Polaris RZR XP 1000 Spacers

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Dragonfire
1.5" Billet Wheel Spacers
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Dragonfire Racing 1.5" Billet Wheel Spacers Adding width and providing an aggressive stance, wheel spacers are a cheap and effective way to improve the stability and appearance of your ride. These whe
Moose Racing Urethane Wheel Spacers Made from Urethane elastomer with titanium and graphite for added strength Wheel spacers will give your ATV more stability and better handling So
Mod Quad
Wheel Spacers
$118.95 - $138.95
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Mod Quad Wheel Spacers Wheel spacers designed to maintain stock bolt pattern Sold as a set of 2

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John (Del Haven, NJ)

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Great Wheels

Lightweight and very durable. These wheels look better in person then any picture. Capable of handling loads of 1000 pounds per wheel. Easy to clean and the gloss black seems to hold up against dings and chipping well. Buy the longer lug nuts because the holes are deep.

Scott (Wauanke, WI)

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Worked well

The biggest hassle was getting the old bearings out. The new ones fit like a champ and are roosting again... Shipping was quick and it was exactly what I ordered.

Korri (Helena , MT)

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bought another set for the second quad

So satisfied with the first set on my raptor I bought another for the 93 warrior that I fixed up for the girls to ride. It's almost impossible to roll now and, let's not forget it looks kickass. This would be my recommendation to anybody looking for spacers!

Nathan (Montoursville , PA)

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Great bearings!

I bought the All Balls Racing wheel bearing kit for my '93 CBR 600 and they fit great! Installation was pretty easy and the bearing and seals went in like OEM parts. I have put a couple hundred miles on the bike since replacing the bearing and everything is working fine.

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