Yes you are correct. Once you install it you 'll have the choice of which width you'd want. Once you do that you'll need to add spacers or extended a-arms to the front to equalize it with the rear axle.Originally posted by utterc750@Sep 30 2004, 08:33 PM
Im new here can you tell me what the +2 +4 stands for. Is it one axel is 2" or 4" wider over all than stock. thanks in advance
I think a 2" offset is the most you can get on the front wheels and Rocky Mountain should have them. I would just purchase wheels spacers to match up with the axle. As far as proven products. RPM, Durablue, and LSR axle break all of the time. Just like theirs G-Force axles may break as well but what does that matter if it has a lifetime warranty. They only break when you have a bad crash at high speeds ot jumping 50' and landing sideways. I'd rather save 150.00 bucks and getting this axle with the same warranty even though it's "UN-PROVEN".Originally posted by thesb@Oct 1 2004, 06:18 AM
What is the most offset you can get on rims, and where could you find them?