Please select make, model and yearWheel Spacers
Are you looking for a quick and inexpensive way to widen your ATV’s wheels? Spacers are the answer! Fitment is a breeze; installation is a snap. And before you know it, you’ll have an extra inch or two of width on each side of your quad.
Why, you may ask, would you want a wider quad? Adding width up front will improve your stability. Adding width in the rear will aid in your cornering ability. Yes, it’s that easy to add an extra level of customization to your ATV.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we carry several great options of wheel spacers, including DuraBlue, Tusk and SLP. Just remember that each product is designed to fit a specific machine. That means to ensure you get spacers that will fit correctly, you should take advantage of our Parts Finder. It’s easy – just enter your quad’s make, model and year at the top of the screen. We show you what is available for your vehicle. But don’t worry; we’ve got plenty of options for Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha, Polaris or any other major manufacturer of ATV.
Don’t forget to take a look at the customer reviews left by others. There’s nothing as reassuring as knowing that other riders have tried and tested these wheel spacers before you – and left their candid feedback about them.
Jason in Wisconsin
I purchased both front and rear. Torqued all 4 to specification. One of the fronts cracked on install. Sent back to RM ATV and they replaced it. Got new one and again torqued to spec and it cracked. Horrible product. Since then I had a friend have one break in the middle of a trail ride (his front also). For those that made same mistake as I did and purchased these, make sure you inspect before each ride.Read All Reviews
nicolas in -
This article is excelent and good durabilityRead All Reviews
DERRICK in CA
i have these on front and rear of my stroked banshee for 2 years. i ride in the sand and desert and never had a problem.they improve the stability and shock dampening alot. THEY ARE FOR TRACK USE OR BIG AIR JUMPS. great upgrade for the money. just remember not to over tighten the lugs because you can strip the adapter boltsRead All Reviews