2 QTY ATV Wheel Spacers 2″ (1 inch Per Side) fits all 4×137 bolt patterns – CAN-AM Bombardier Renegade Outlander Commander Kawasaki Mule Prairie Brute Force Bayou 4×137

November 6, 2018 - Comment
Add to Cart $35.99Amazon.com Price
(as of 06:11 GMT+0100 - Details)

You are purchasing one set of 2 ATV wheel spacers, enough to widen one axle 2.00″ total (one spacer in the kit for each wheel on the axle). The 2.0″ ATV wheel spacers are 1.00″ per side will fit most any ATV with a 4 x 137 wheel stud pattern. A wider wheelbase on your bike will offer more stability for jumping and cornering, and also allow you to add larger wheels without lifting your bike. Please measure your studs (137mm diagonally) first to be sure on your bike.

Product Features

  • USA CNC Machined + High Performance Aerospace Grade Aluminum
  • Wheel Bolt Pattern: 4×137. Vehicle Bolt Pattern: 4×137
  • Thickness: 1″ per spacer. Color: CNC Machined Polished Aluminum Finish
  • Hub Bore: 171.5 mm. Thread Pitch: M10-1.25
  • Please confirm compatibility with your vehicle before purchasing

Comments

Anonymous says:

Went on fast and easy. Fit our CanAm Defender perfectly Went on fast and easy. Fit our CanAm Defender perfectly. Great price.

Anonymous says:

These were great spacers but they were the wrong ones for my … These were great spacers but they were the wrong ones for my ATV. But this was the fault of amazon. They’re product match thing was incorrect. I needed 4/136 bolt pattern but the matched me with 4/137. Regardless, the guys at ATV engineering responded fast and refunded even faster. They wanted nothing more than to make things right. Unfortunately they didn’t have the size I needed. But I have to say for a failed sale….it was a very pleasant experience. Thanks ATV…

Anonymous says:

The holes in the spacer however fit my wheel lugs just fine. I had to drill my wheel holes our … Works OK, but the lug pattern did not quite fit my Can Am wheel lug holes. The holes in the spacer however fit my wheel lugs just fine. I had to drill my wheel holes our with a 1/2″ bit to make the wheel go on. The problem is with the lugs on the spacer. On each spacer, ONE or TWO of the lugs that came out was not quite perpedicular to the flat face of the spacer. This meant that the lug was angled ever so slightly outward so that at the tip where it is supposed to go through the wheel…

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