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i know everyone is talking about are tires and rims, but i have a question about if a 4 plus one off set will work on the front of our bike or not.I can get a good deal on some beadlocks with that offset and was hoping that they would fit. thanks Rich
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Yes, they will work fine. Your quad will be about 1" narrower overall in the front with that offset compared to stock wheels. Stock is 4:1.5 offset.

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Yep. I am actually putting on a set of stock kawi 450 rims on the front, which I believe is the same offset.

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Loose Stab Rod

While inspecting my bike today, noticed that I can move my rear stab rod side to side, would imagine that's normal but it's first time that I noticed it. Check all nuts/bolts and linkages and they are all nice and tight. Has anybody else notice that on their bike.

Would imagine that it is normal but just asking.

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thanks for the heads up. I think that i will get them.
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While inspecting my bike today, noticed that I can move my rear stab rod side to side, would imagine that's normal but it's first time that I noticed it. Check all nuts/bolts and linkages and they are all nice and tight. Has anybody else notice that on their bike.

Would imagine that it is normal but just asking.

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What is the stab rod of which he speaks of ?

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