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Not looking to make money off the forum members... just enough to cover material/shipping/beer. I like helping folks out.... and I happen to have a 12x36 and bridgeport in the garage. :) Offer stands if anyone has a set they're willing to let me measure... any gen and I'll comp the shipping or a free set. :)

Here in the next few months I may start anodizing stuff.... I'll look to make a little more money off that once I get it dialed in. But I've done conversion spacers before out of 7075 for a few 'tards..... harder than Japanese arithmetic (for aluminum, anyway)... no need to anodize them unless you plan on really beating on them. I tend to mirror polish aluminum if it's not getting anodized...... I think that's more of a neurotic habit on my part to be honest. ;)

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I have a set from my gen 3. They won't fit the gen 4 due to the differences in the axle. I should be able to get them measured out for you.

I kind of found these to be a pita. You have to remove them to balance the wheel. Removing them usually popped the spring out of seal. So it was more effort than they were worth most of the time.

But I'll do what I can to offer up some details on them and might be interested myself in a set.

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I have a set from my gen 3. They won't fit the gen 4 due to the differences in the axle. I should be able to get them measured out for you.

I kind of found these to be a pita. You have to remove them to balance the wheel. Removing them usually popped the spring out of seal. So it was more effort than they were worth most of the time.

But I'll do what I can to offer up some details on them and might be interested myself in a set.
My tire guy balances my wheel with them in

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My tire guy balances my wheel with them in

Well that's handy.

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Well that's handy.
Does it FO FREE too lol

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Does it FO FREE too lol

Wish I had one of those guys.

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Wish I had one of those guys.
Start racing and rep a shop. They don't do much for me but the little they do helps a lot.

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I have a set from my gen 3. They won't fit the gen 4 due to the differences in the axle. I should be able to get them measured out for you.

I kind of found these to be a pita. You have to remove them to balance the wheel. Removing them usually popped the spring out of seal. So it was more effort than they were worth most of the time.

But I'll do what I can to offer up some details on them and might be interested myself in a set.
Sure thing.... I guess if there's enough interest I can get some extra material and have it on standby.... never hurts to have surplus round stock in my book. It gets cheaper to do the more you want... up to about 4' lengths.

If you don't have access to precision measuring tools you can always send 'em my way too... I'll draw them up in autoCAD and send 'em right back to you.

EDIT: What is the largest OD for the biggest spacer ya'll have? I'd like to get a head start on ordering the round stock if I can. :) I hate waiting on materials when I have work in hand. :)

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Does it FO FREE too lol
Track side tire guy will too.... damn drug pushers.

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Track side tire guy will too.... damn drug pushers.
Yea but you just spent 400+ on tires from them. They got you on the other end. I buy take offs from professional racers so I get a good deal.

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