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SO I pinged ITP regarding what wheels will work.. I have seen adds for the ss line.. This is the definitive answer to all who want to know. SEE ATTACHED
 

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SO I pinged ITP regarding what wheels will work.. I have seen adds for the ss line.. This is the definitive answer to all who want to know. SEE ATTACHED
The skat trak Edges that I posted about are mounted on the New T9 Pro Series
 

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The TP Pros are worse than stocks. They are the softest wheels I have ever seen. My friend had a set on his 450r and two were bent within a month. Check out Rocky Mountain, there are about 50 reviews saying the same thing.
 

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Not sure, I haven't really looked into wheels for the XX. All I know is that your stocks are probably just as good as the T9 Pros.
 

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Yeah, I know, I'm just saying don't be surprised when you get a flat spot on your wheel after the first ride.
 

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I am not that fat!!!! JK

BTW, the SS12 are 10x5 wonder what offset... hmm..

Also,
After looking at the chart from ITP


They have 12x7 with a 5+2 offset... I found some other tires with the same sizing..
http://www.jcmotors.com/p-16179-ams-12x7-cast-aluminum-polished-finish-utility-atv-wheels.aspx

some big tires for sure... Would be nice for my mud machine conversion... can run both sets depending on location.

How about some interco swamplite
24x8x12 in the front
25x10x12 in the rear

Need to widen so some spacers will be needed for stability. WILL BE HUGE MUD MACHINE!

All's I need now is about $550. Come on Christmas.
 

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I am running the ITP 10" wheels and rode VERY hard and VERY fast on a VERY Rocky terrain. I have NO complaints at all. About the wheels bending - i see this happening on quads that have a very deep wheel. The 10" wheel face is almost in the center of the width of the wheel, which helps with the wheels bending - I dont think I can bend one of these.
 

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My friend had them on his YFZ450. So I'm just going buy his set and all the reviews on Rocky Mountain. I just don't want to invest $200 or so into a set of wheels that have more than a few bad ratings.
 

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"I don't think I can bend one of these" .... NOT!
then you're not riding hard enough... j/k... if a Douglas wheel can bend, I have no doubt in my mind that an ITP piece of crap will bend
 

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"I don't think I can bend one of these" .... NOT!
then you're not riding hard enough... j/k... if a Douglas wheel can bend, I have no doubt in my mind that an ITP piece of crap will bend
Those are famous last words! lol I'll just say - I haven't bent one YET. :lmao:
 

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there you go...
But believe me - i am riding as hard or harder than I was with stock tires/wheels - and those bent. These haven't yet. Check out my cross bar ranch video in the video section.
 
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