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you would have a wide track
 

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Why would you neglect your 700 and put steel wheel on it?
 

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Why would you neglect your 700 and put steel wheel on it?
Hello,
It is not so !
I only wanted 2 wheel
with holes, tapered,
however, the damage is done,
bought two aluminum rims,
black and gray,
I hope I have no problems,
the holes look the big ones,
so theoretically,
oem nuts, should be good.
I await the arrival,
and then I see for tires.
 

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I dont understand what you are tiring to accomplish . you what a different rim for the rear ? one thats at least 7'' wide not 5''
 

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I dont understand what you are tiring to accomplish . you what a different rim for the rear ? one thats at least 7'' wide not 5''
Hello,
bought these, 5 inches!
3 + 2
but I think I put the front oem rims, back,
that are 4 + 1.5
I will have to check clearance with the arms
to see a little something convinces me more.
Yesterday anyway, I cut a rear tire, and bent the front rim,
maybe I'll have to take another 2!
Yes, it's a pity, TRX with a small tire,
but I want to see how it goes, with a diameter 21, (of the tyre )
I could change sprocket,
but I want a lot of rotation,
to the wheel,
however, I will post photos, I should receive the rims this week
 

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Good luck with those.

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Front and rear on a 5" wheel? Wheels look great!

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Front and rear on a 5" wheel? Wheels look great!

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Thanks !
Yes, are 4 identical wheels, 5" wide
front and rear.
At the end
were needed
Also nuts,
always conical, but 14 (metric)
 

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Discussion Starter · #16 ·
I think I like having a wider rear (tire) but let us know how it works out for you.
Basically,
in deep mud, or snow, it's worse,
because the wheel, narrow
put more pressure,
and then the quad goes down
while in more "normal" circumstances
the grip is good, or even very good, I can say,
like a motocross in practice,
about.
For deep mud, yes, better tires, wide.
Personally, I believe this atv,
he was not born for deep mud,
but to run a little, in off road!
 

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Hi guys looking to see what options are out there for the rear rims and tires for my 700xx. Right now I’m running the stock rims and Kenda Cutter tires. I’m looking to maintain the 11” rim and a hard pack/ light mud tire w/6 ply tire. Looking for a quality rim just short of Beadlocks. Also I’d like to go a bit wider with out changing stock set up
 

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Hi guys looking to see what options are out there for the rear rims and tires for my 700xx. Right now I’m running the stock rims and Kenda Cutter tires. I’m looking to maintain the 11” rim and a hard pack/ light mud tire w/6 ply tire. Looking for a quality rim just short of Beadlocks. Also I’d like to go a bit wider with out changing stock set up

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I'm not sure why your set on the 11" rear wheel, but if you stick with that your tire options are limited to like kutters and RzR, unless you go up to a 24" tall or so tire, or maybe a 8" wide? As far as wheels go DWT red label .190 are a great option. And if you have a larger budget, you can get the OMF reinforced wheels. Personally I'd go with the 10" rear wheel, that opens up a lot more options on tires. Like the GBC Xc Masters, they are a RzR II clone for almost a 1/3 of the price. There like $43 for fronts and $65 for rears. Link to OMF reinforced wheels.

https://www.omfperformance.com/reinforced_wheels_sq.php
 
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