Yes they are. And its those or stockers - your choice, but i'll take the razrs!Nash04 didnt have those Razr tires very long before one got some holes...and now needs to replace one, so this may sound dumb but are the razr's really the best tire out there?
we ride alot of rocky trails it seems lately... are the razr's meant to endure rocky trails?
Yes they are. And its those or stockers - your choice, but i'll take the razrs!
Guess that Honda did not think the whole thing before using these odd sizes, even our suspension can not be adjusted for a softer ride, can for stiffer but that's it.You mean IF they make them!? I hate this whole 11" wheel thing :disgust:
You can do put a different wheel/tire size (bigger) and like you stated, you can put your OEM package back on during servicing but not really needed, it really depends on your dealership. Some could use the wrong size for excuse to avoid certain warranty issue but you can change the sizes...just bigger due to wheel clearance for the rear.dumb question again...I know on a car if the bolt pattern is the same then the wheel will fit...on quads its different you cant change the rim size to get a better option? and as for the warranty just put the stock wheels back on it for service right... thats what we do in the auto industry...
Sorry but with the OEM tires that were used and abused, never had a flat tire and am riding the same trails. Perhaps it's just my negative vibes that is bringing me bad luck with the razor, lol!Rocky Mountain ATV sells the razr in 22x10x11 size, $99 each shipped. Cheapest price I have found. This is really the only tire I have seen for a 11" wheel, other then a couple in 24" tall sizes.
Other option is to get ITP wheels in the 10" size. Makes the quad wider in the rear, but a better selection of tires.
The razr is a good tire. If your are getting flats with razr's, you will probably get flats with any tire.
do you know of anyone that has changed their rim size on the 700xx?Other option is to get ITP wheels in the 10" size. Makes the quad wider in the rear, but a better selection of tires.