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Teeth wrote: ↑Thu Jan 11, 2018 3:26 pm It's a hard suggestion to make to someone that is rocking some wheels like that, but there's really nothing wrong with the cheapo aluminum wheel spacers. They aren't as pretty I suppose, but it's not like you can see them when the wheels are on--$20 and problem fixed...It is not rubbing from wheel turn but body flex/wheel movement up and down only in the rear. The spacing on the inside was pretty tight between tire and inside well. The front spacer would be fore getting less neutral or rear-biased handling and the rear to remove the rub. I'll spend the money to buy the hub centric ones. I noticed a much smoother rider at over 85 mph. However, It is hard to say if it is from the new wheel/tires and or the hubcentric spacers or combinations of them. Either way I don't think I could settle at this point. I figured the track was probably different, but never measured it. Thank you for the advice.
Also, if you didn't know already, the track is different front and rear anyway, so there's no reason to space out the rear wheels other than how it looks (and IMO 10mm is not a huge difference visually) and you'll get more neutral or rear-biased handling if you don't.
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