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Talon 32’s on X. Super ATV A-Arms and Rokbloks

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Jefferson87

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Just wanted a little extra room up front, I am running 5/2 offset with rear spacers so I can rotate all tires.
Gotcha, I'd like to do 5+2 Beadlocks eventually. I was a little worried about the extra scrub causing the front to rub. How much wider do you think it is than stock in the front?
 
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Kevinka1977

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Gotcha, I'd like to do 5+2 Beadlocks eventually. I was a little worried about the extra scrub causing the front to rub. How much wider do you think it is than stock in the front?
With 10” wide Terrabites the front is 66”, so about 2” wider then stock setup.
 
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jamesh

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Contemplating getting these for mx X4. Do you notice much change in the turning radius?
 
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How is your power steering after? Also can you post pics of how you routed brake lines. My power steering seems very weak with 32s and brake lines are to short if I use mount location as provided.
 
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Kevinka1977

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Steering is fine off road or in sand/dirt, on pavement or hard surfaces it’s defiantly slower. Did you use the steering stops?

For the brake lines, if you flip the mounts they will give you some slack and make the lines fit easier. I’ll get you some pics of how I did mine.
 
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Vondy

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Steering is fine off road or in sand/dirt, on pavement or hard surfaces it’s defiantly slower. Did you use the steering stops?

For the brake lines, if you flip the mounts they will give you some slack and make the lines fit easier. I’ll get you some pics of how I did mine.
I need to figure out how to put the steering stops on as well. Do I just take the boot loose and clip on?
 

Kevinka1977

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I wouldn’t use the steering stops unless it’s rubbing. I asked SuperUTV if I should use them and they said I should be fine with 32” tires and I don’t have any rubbing. Here is some pics of the drivers side brake lines and how they are routed and mounted with the stock mounts.

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Vondy

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I wouldn’t use the steering stops unless it’s rubbing. I asked SuperUTV if I should use them and they said I should be fine with 32” tires and I don’t have any rubbing. Here is some pics of the drivers side brake lines and how they are routed and mounted with the stock mounts.
Thank. Looks the same as mine. Gets really tight at full turn. I’ll have to do something to adjust.
 
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