somebody has to know[/b][/quote]ok, just curious, if you buy ext a-arms do they move the whole to where the shock will fit, or do you have to buy new shocks to fit the longer arms?[/b]
got that one covered already though, turn the original valve stem inside-out, drill a new whole, but new vavle stem on opposite sideNot only will it give it extra “Bump steer” but it is not applicable due to valve stem clearances, the brake caliper will knock it off. [/b]
not sure exactly how durable they are, but I wouldn't trust them with some of the jumping I do, and especially at the MX track, and that is the real reason I'm interested in widening the Z anywayYou can buy a set of wheel spacers for 60.00 if you want it wider for cheap.
durablue makes them. I don't know if I'd recomend doing either though.[/b]
well, the main reason I wanted to do it was for MX, so if you say it's not good for MX then I wouldn't really be very interested in itYou will not notice that much bump steer. I have done this for years on my quads. If I were racing MX hitting whoops at 30MPH, I would not do it. But, for normal riding,you will be OK. Your shocks will bottom out a little faster,not much. If you weigh less than 175, you will be ok.[/b]