Join Date: Feb 2008
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ATV: 06 700efi SE, 07 700efi, 07 500auto
They install between onto your factory studs. They can give you added stability and is a cheaper way to off set your wheels. The bad thing about them is they can be the weakest link between your wheel and your hub. They also affect your steering and give you less steering that the stock set up. I used to run Highlifter spacers 1in. front and 1.5in rear but have had them off for over a year now, don't really notice much difference.
2006 ARCTIC CAT 700EFI SE (Now belongs to Dad) Burnt Orange, AC shock covers & hand guards, WARN 2500 w/ Amsteel rope, AC bumpers, 27" XTR's on 14" machined ITP 7's, SpeedRack backrest, front & rear rack extensions, reverse light, AC heated grips, 60" American Eagle plow. "Sanny SteerLites" and shock bushings
2007 ARCTIC CAT 700 EFI: Marsh Green, AC shock covers & hand guards, WARN 2500 w/ Amsteel rope, AC bumpers, 25" Bighorns on 12" ITP SS108's /25" MudLites on 12" ITP 7's black, Highlifter wheel spacers 1" front 1.5" rear, AC heated grips, 6K HID's, Odyssey PC680, 60" AC tapered plow. "Sanny SteerLites" and full suspension bushings.
2007 ARCTIC CAT 500 Auto: Red, AC bumpers, AC hand guards, WARN 2500, 25" Bear Claws on 12" ITP SS106's, PowerStar PS680.