Hey Guys, can anyone say me, How would we protect our Honda Wheel Spacers? Some days before I got some information from customadeonly about this, but need more information. If you know, then share with me very soon...
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Its very poor practice to have wheels that do not fit the centre for support. Fitting spacers is not the solution and could result in the wheel not being properly centered on the hub, not properly supported and liable to have the nuts loosen during use. My advice is sell them on ebay and get some that fit. Its your only contact with the road.
when you say not engaging , what are the symptoms
what were the symptoms that made you change the starter and fly wheel in the first place
problems include incorrect pinion gear pitch for the ring gear,
pinion clutch not adjusted to engage ring gear properly
should there be a spacer adapter between the starter mounting face and the block housing
what brand of starter motor is in use as different starters use different applications for the pinion gear
Front wheel drive not operating Front wheel drive not operating Does it have manualhubs? If so, try disassembling the hubs and cleaning them. This happened to me after a while. I try to engage the 4WD at least once a month for 5-10
fitting wheel spacers to wheels is not a good idea . You will have to fit longer wheel studs and this weakens the stud as you cannot go up the stud diameter as is required to maintain the stud strength. The studs will snap under side load when cornering and that will leave you in a spot of bother. Next you will experience the same problem when off set rims were the thing to make the track wider . Looked smick but unfortunately the load was transferred from the larger inner bearing to the smaller outer bearing which was incapable of the extra load and so burnt off the stub axle . Chrysler and ford vehicles suffered most from this problem and is was mostly at speed . You will also have the problem that when you do this the tyre is closer to the mudguard edge and when you hit a bump or turn the edge of the mudguard will tear the tyre apart. . Consider why you want to do this and how much you want to come out as there are rims with the negative off set that will widen the track a lot safer with less problems.
There are plenty of Audio/electronics repair guys around. All the dealer will do is sell you a new player. Ask friends and perhaps the guys at radio shack if they know anyone who can repair a printed circuit board. The RS guys are usually pretty nerdy. Good luck.