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High Lifter Wide Trac Wheel Spacers - 2020-22 Arctic Cat Prowler 500

Arctic Cat Prowler 500 Wheel Spacers

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Item #: SBSS-7153
Brand: High Lifter
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Are you going on a hunt deep through the words? That means you need bigger tires. Could it be you enjoy hitting the mud bogs? Again, it's gonna require a tire upgrade. Any way you look at it, you're going to need some heartier treads. But first, High Lifter Prowler 500 Wide Trac Wheel Spacers are at the top of the purchase list. Why? Because adding UTV tires above stock specs could potentially cause damage to the rest of the rig. We can't be having that! So let's check out this aftermarket hard part a bit closer.

Before we dig into the perks, we're going to appreciate the build. High Lifter uses aircraft-grade 6061 billet aluminum to construct the unit along with a bolt-on design dynamic. This provides next to effortless installation as the side-by-side wheel spacers mount directly to the existing studs using included grade-eight hardware. After the installation is complete, your machine will inherit a wider stance, more ride stability, and the newly improve tread upgrade will not rub the shocks struts or exhaust system. So who's ready to get this make-over party started? Shop


  • 2020-22 Arctic Cat Prowler 500


  • Machined from aircraft grade 6061 billet aluminum
  • Allows the installation of larger, aftermarket tires without rubbing shocks, struts or exhaust systems
  • Bolts to existing studs
  • Stud extenders are not necessary
  • Includes grade 8 studs and lugs

Important Info

  • Wheel spacers have 10mm x 1.25 thread pitch studs and spacer lugs
  • For a set of 4 spacers you must order quantity 2

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