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High Lifter Wide Trac Wheel Spacers - Honda Big Red

Honda Big Red Wide Trac Wheel Spacers

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Item #: SBSS-8550
Brand: High Lifter
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Product Description

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

Applicability: 2009-13 Honda Big Red

Hard work and laborious chores are the first things you think of with a Honda Big Red. With a few upgrades here and there, there isn't a task this machine can't handle. Suppose you are looking to invest in oversized tires to help you get through grime while checking cattle. In that case, you will need a set of Honda Wide Track Wheel Spacers by High Lifter. That way, the new and improved treads won't cause damage to other vital components.

What's great about these particular UTV wheel spacers is the build. High Lifter engineered the aircraft-grade billet aluminum units with a bolt-on design that makes for easy installation and durability you can rely on. The components effortlessly mount to the pre-existing studs without the need for a stud extender. Massive bonus, right? The result of the install is adequate spacing between the hub and wheel to keep the oversized tires from rubbing exhaust systems, shocks, and struts. You get the beef without the drama it can cause. At Side By Side Stuff, we call that a win. Get your purchase on.

  • 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

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