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alota ppl have 10'' rims on, no moddin
 

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They are YOYO.....there is a lot of people that still run 11's though, b/c w/ 10's, your choices of tires go up, but so doesn't the width of the rear end. I run the ITP's on my rear, as do some other members. The choices are pretty limited for rims, ITP, Douglas, and a few others, but be sure to use washers on the rims btwn the rim and the lug nut if the rim isn't beveled in. Also, if you stick w/ 11" wheels, it may still be a good idea to take the mud scraper off, as some people have had problems w/ them getting a rock or whatnot caught in them and damaging the rim.
 

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Heres a link for those after wheels .....

these guys are AWESOME and do some fantastic custom work will make wheels for a Wheelbarrow to a CATERPILLAR 789 tipper and everything in between and regularly do custom work including a set of 240 spoke count rims with the spokes being pearl bead twisted all in stainless these were for a mates Harley Davidson soft tail...exceptional quality of workmanship...anyways here ya go pplz

http://www.adelaidewheels.com.au/:xx::xx:
 

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For the tires on the rear, is it 22 10-8 that fits, I've been looking for winter tires so I will need some 10in rims.....not sure of the sizing.
 

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@crwh45, do you still use the tapered lug nuts? or turn them around and use the flat side? I just had ITPs delivered yesterday, and wasn't sure.
Thanks for your help.
 

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Most aftermarket wheels don't have the inserts for the tapered lug nuts. Just turn them around to the flat side and make sure you put a washer between the wheel and the lug nut.
 

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They are YOYO.....there is a lot of people that still run 11's though, b/c w/ 10's, your choices of tires go up, but so doesn't the width of the rear end. I run the ITP's on my rear, as do some other members. The choices are pretty limited for rims, ITP, Douglas, and a few others, but be sure to use washers on the rims btwn the rim and the lug nut if the rim isn't beveled in. Also, if you stick w/ 11" wheels, it may still be a good idea to take the mud scraper off, as some people have had problems w/ them getting a rock or whatnot caught in them and damaging the rim.
If I went with 20x10x10 or 22x10x10 would it make my rear width more than 50".
 

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Sorry for the delay Jeff, but pretty much what Red and Black said, turn them around and use a washer. If you dont, the metal is soft and the nut will chew threw most of the rims, kind of like how it did it on Remington Steels. I let someone use my rims in WV and they flew down off the mountain, so now I have one bent rim that has 2 ovals in it from the lugs.
 
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