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i put the front lowering kit on and i have wheel spacers on front and rear and was wanting to take the fronts off and keep the rears on so that the tires and wheels would be close to even. should i do it or no? is it bad that the front wheels are wider than the rear?
 

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i put the front lowering kit on and i have wheel spacers on front and rear and was wanting to take the fronts off and keep the rears on so that the tires and wheels would be close to even. should i do it or no? is it bad that the front wheels are wider than the rear?
I believe that having the front wider than the rear will make the bike squirlly. It's not going to hurt anything, but it could make the handling a little funny. FWIW, mine has been that way for a while now, and it can be a handful when the traction is poor. I have an axle on the way to fix that.:thumb:
 

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well i had one wheel off and the bolts wont come off with out taking apart the spindle so i guess i may get bigger spacers in the rear
 
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