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We cant seem to find the 300mm spacer kit on the web- where did you guys get yours (that have converted to 300mm)?
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What spacer kit are you talking about? For the pulley?

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What spacer kit are you talking about?

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I'm told there is a spacer kit to move both front and rear pully's out so that the belt doesnt touch the 300mm tire?

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You will have to get that made, custom as far as I know...

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Damm....not what I wanted to hear.....although it will probably be quicker to get it made so maybe it is what I want to hear....
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The spacer kit isn't absolutely necessary but to be able to keep your belt from even coming close to the tire a spacer will give you peace of mind clearance.

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OK, got it- thanks mate.

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I've actually only seen or heard of one guy that has used a spacer, is it Hape? I can't remember if it's him or lokescotty...

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Right. I'm being told the black swing arms are narrower (not from the same cast as the chrome swing arms) and I need spacers otherwise it's too close, like 1mm.

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A friend of mine made ​​this spacer of 7 mm. This is on the right side of the rim. (see photo above). This is not from Arlen Ness Chrome G3 10,5 x18
You also need to make a spacer of at least 3-4 mm in front. If not, the belt does not track properly. You can see this when everything is assembled.
Seeing that someone writes that 10 "rims are better suited to 300 tires. I do not agree with this.
Take the challenge of adapting 10.5 "rims. There will be some extra work. Then everything becomes optimal.
I have now run over 12,000 km of my bike in the summer and it has been a pleasure. The handling works very well. Be careful when you do this procedure.
Best of luck. You will all be happy;-)
Yeah so spacers need to be made up, but Im told the Hammer swingarms are slightly different, so the spacers may be different to the above. I'm going to contact a Victory specalist mechanic and see if he can make the spacers for me, and maybe (hopefully) get him to fit it also, and I'll let you know the details and post photos.

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