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You do need to remove the wheels-then the spacers should just slip on. Metal spacers are really for use with set-screw wheels I would say. Personally, I prefer to use stoppers if there is room on the axle. This allows you to place the wheel exactly where you want on the axle.
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Stoppers are available from a number of sources such as MB Slot and Slot-it. How to describe what they are? They are a small metal collar with a set-screw which you tighten on the axle. They do the same thing as spacers but leave some of the axle exposed so you can place the wheel on the axle without needing to find a spacer that is just the right size,if you see what I mean. Can anybody explain that better?
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