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Front Wheel Ring Spacers

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05-22-2020 11:12:52

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I have a 641 with FEL and light industrial axle. I would like to gain a little space between the steering arm bolt housing and the tires without reversing the rims. Once in a while, the metal just barely kisses the tire. Tires are 6.00-16 light truck with 45psi. I think a quarter inch thick ring wheel spacer would be adequate if I could find a couple. There are plenty of wheel spacers of online but none look applicable. Any thoughts are appreciated. Thanks.

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05-22-2020 16:34:56

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 Re: Front Wheel Ring Spacers in reply to UseFixUse, 05-22-2020 11:12:52  
put 1 or 2 washer on each stud, between hub and rim.

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05-22-2020 14:55:26

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 Re: Front Wheel Ring Spacers in reply to UseFixUse, 05-22-2020 11:12:52  
That tight space allows the mud to be scraped off The tire as you drive.

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05-22-2020 13:09:09

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 Re: Front Wheel Ring Spacers in reply to UseFixUse, 05-22-2020 11:12:52  
I ran some truck tires on a 3400 front axle which is the same style as yours.
That bolt wore a groove in each tire.
It wore the rubber off but did not wear into the cords.
I didn't worry about it and ran it like that for a couple of years.

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