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No not really, only because i don't have the buying power meaning I'll be to expensive. It's best to buy direct but be sure they are hub centric.

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Is there any issue with spacers Geometry or additional wear wise?

Was thinking 30mm each side at the rear and 20mm each side at the front, what do you think?

When I know will buy the items and book in with you.

Thanks for your help and advice.

Andy

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The rear isn't a problem but the front will need the camber re-directed so the contact patch is under the lower pivotal point ( ball joint )

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Remember "hub centric" or you have endless vibration problems.

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Got ir.

Already bought them, should be here next week.

Can you confirm price for fitting springs and spacers, including Geometry setup and if its a do it while you wait job.

If you dont want to discuss prices on the Forum, here is my email andy@1stmx.co.uk

Thanks

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We charge £70ph + vat so it's wise to budget for two hours although we should get it done faster than that, problem free. I would also advise we fit some EZ cams so the front camber can be set. A pair of them cost £40+ fitted. The geometry would come to £70+ vat assuming the cambers are going to be set and fitting the spacers cost £0 since the wheels are off anyway.

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