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P1000 Wheel Spacers

First off, the help that I've found here has been nothing short of spectactular! Everyone's willingness to post and share what they've learned has been awesome!

I know that I read somewhere (and now I can't find it and didn't bookmark it either) where someone used Sixity's wheel spacers to get our Pioneer 1000s to track after putting on aftermarket wheels. So I ordered some in a 1.25" thickness and realized they came with a 12 x 1.25 stud, different from the 12 x 1.5 OEM stud.
Customer service at Sixity was fantastic and she shared with me that they don't offer a 1.5 thread pitch. My question is did you use the OEM lug nuts to hold the spacer on and then a 12 x 1.25 lug nut for the wheel? IF so then I will order a set of black lug nuts for the rear (so they appear the same style as the front).
 
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I had the same problem on my P700. I used a different thread pitch nuts for the wheel to spacer. I don't remember what the actual numbers were now.
 
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I had the same problem on my P700. I used a different thread pitch nuts for the wheel to spacer. I don't remember what the actual numbers were now.
Thanks joey! It's been busy at the office and I don't get here as often as I'd like. I did get spacers on and our M5 looks much better. I had it out last weekend and met up with some friends at a local snowmobile radar run. She ran 47mph (radar gun) in 500' on the lake, which I didn't think was too bad.
 
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