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STI Billet 2" wheel spacers on my XT

This is a discussion on STI Billet 2" wheel spacers on my XT within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the Can-Am Commander UTV Garage category; This is what a set of the STI wheel spacers look like on my XT. They installed in minutes and made a considerable difference in the handling! I love em!...


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    DefaultSTI Billet 2" wheel spacers on my XT

    This is what a set of the STI wheel spacers look like on my XT. They installed in minutes and made a considerable difference in the handling! I love em!

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    make sure you tork them to 90 to 100 ft lbs and 75 ftlbs for the wheels

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    Absolutly! Thanks for the info..

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    Also keep track of wheel bearings...puts a lot of pressure on them..which I figured would know...this is for others looking or thinking about putting them on.........Barbara
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    I noticed on my Teryx when I first got it and installed the spacers that the front end pushed quite a bit, are you noticing any of that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARCTICBOMB View Post
    Absolutly! Thanks for the info..
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    Re-tork after first ride, the aluminum will settle in over the first 20 miles or so. I re-forked my spacers after 18 miles and they all needed about 1/8 to 1/4 turn to get them forked back up. They did not unscrew but just settled in. Ody had his break off after just 80 miles so be sure and check them. After the re-tork I think you are good from there but never hurts to check from time to time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingbryan View Post
    Re-tork after first ride, the aluminum will settle in over the first 20 miles or so. I re-forked my spacers after 18 miles and they all needed about 1/8 to 1/4 turn to get them forked back up. They did not unscrew but just settled in. Ody had his break off after just 80 miles so be sure and check them. After the re-tork I think you are good from there but never hurts to check from time to time.
    That retorquing is definitely necessary when your getting that much more on tightening ....that's quite a lot .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingbryan View Post
    Re-tork after first ride, the aluminum will settle in over the first 20 miles or so. I re-forked my spacers after 18 miles and they all needed about 1/8 to 1/4 turn to get them forked back up. They did not unscrew but just settled in. Ody had his break off after just 80 miles so be sure and check them. After the re-tork I think you are good from there but never hurts to check from time to time.
    It was not mine that had the issues. I typically Install wheel spacers and/or adapters with Red loctite and and a 1/2" Impack set to full power. I have no issues using this approch.



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    think it might of be Xelvic that lost his bearings....or something but that was a time back...
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