spacers in the rear are one thing, but still lookin for a broken neck, wheel studs arnt meant to handle all the extra stress and like many posts around the web show, will eventually break , cheap way to gain inches in the rear is flip your rims to the wider offset so the vlave stems are on the inside if you havnt already
putting wheel spacers on front is a horrible idea, not just the extra leverage ont he studs, but also the bump steer you hear people talk about, not to mention the broken neck or arm that is inevitable
Spacers on front are absolute garbage... even a 1" change in wheel offset makes for a noticable reduction in steering performance on a banshee... Anyone that disagrees with that obviously either doesnt ride, or just doesnt care...
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