That wheel is only for the front end, it will not work on the rearwould these work for my 700xx?
Yes they will fit on the rear but like you said I don't believe there is a tire that will fit it for the rear.Stock wheel sizes and offsets for the 700XX are:
Front: 10x5.5, 4:1.5
Rear: 11x7, 5:2
Both are 4/144 bolt pattern.
The ITP rear 10" wheels are 10x7, 4:3 offset. The Douglas 11" wheels are the same as stock.
The first number of a offset is the inside measurement, the second is the outside. So if you install a ITP 4:3 wheel on the 700XX, the quad wil be about 2" wider overall compared to the stock wheels.
A front wheel will fit the rear, I have seen Wayne Matlocks 700XX's with front wheels on the rear a few times. (He does not ride them like this, he usually needs the rear tires on his spare quads for spares due to flats, just puts the fronts on so the quad can still be moved around.)
The front wheels you are looking at should fit just fine in the rear, but you only have a 5" wide rear wheel. I do not know if you could even find a rear tire that would fit on that narrow of a rim. Might be able to find a utility quad front tire in a 7" or 8" width, still not sure how that would work, fronts have a totally different tread pattern then a rear, not sure how they would work traction wise.
I have all sorts of rims for the front but cannot get the front to match the rear ITP's. Even with 2+3 fronts it is no where near.These are what i have and love them.....
Front- ITP T-9 10x5 3+2 offset, with Razr 2 22x7x10
Rear- ITP T-9 10x7 4+3 offset, with Razr 1 20x11x10
Bought them through Rocky Mountain, they come up on a vechicle search.
You do have to remove the mud scrappers on the rear. The 4+3 offset does make the rear 2" wider, the front rims that i have match the overall width of the rear.
Unless the ITP website is out dated....all I see in their sport wheel series (T-9????) are 10X5, 10X8, and 10X10 wheels.....they also do not seem to list the offsets.
I have all sorts of rims for the front but cannot get the front to match the rear ITP's. Even with 2+3 fronts it is no where near.