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Question for anyone who knows or has ITP T9 wheels. Which lug nuts did you use? The stock lug nuts are tapered, but it does not look like the T9's has tapered holes.

Any help would be cool!!:hey:
 

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That is what I was thinking. Anyone else?

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I saw a set of lugnuts on RockyMountainATV for the ITP wheel.

Part #: ALUG15BX

Or you can just reverse the stock ones.
 

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i run itp lugs(rear) or flip stocks(front) one but the dealer got the extra $$ out of me for the itp ones.lol
 

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Discussion Starter · #6 · (Edited)
I saw a set of lugnuts on RockyMountainATV for the ITP wheel.

Part #: ALUG15BX

Or you can just reverse the stock ones.
i run itp lugs(rear) or flip stocks(front) one but the dealer got the extra $$ out of me for the itp ones.lol
Yup, Rocky Mountain here I come. From the ITP website for the TRX700xx. :hey:

Honda 700XX '08-09

ITP T9 Pro Series - ALUG15BX

Thanks Everyone!!
 

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All you have to do is flip them. I was told by ITP to do that after the lug nuts were delayed in shipping. I actually use stock and don't even use the ITP lugs
 

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Here is the "Offical" response from ITP.:hey:

Yes they require a flat based lug nut.

I have not seen the 700xx stock lug nuts but if they a similar to a
400ex/450R you can flip them upside down and use a washer underneath
them if needed or purchase some flat based lugs

Pat McGuire

ITP Tires and Wheels

email [email protected]
 

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Flip them. I did it when I got mine over a year ago, and the only time they came off is when I rotated the rims to the opposite side b/c the RZR2's were cupping on one side----Dumb pavement-----Never had an issue.
 

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By far the simplest and cheapest way is to just flip the stock lugs over. However, it IS important to use a washer between the lug and rim... for that, your local hardware store should have something that'll work... they don't need anything special in the way of a washer, just what fits. BTW - I just picked up some sand tires and rims from another member and just stopped by the hardware store on the way home... took all of 5 minutes.

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