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post #1 of 24 Old 08-31-2010, 12:15 AM Thread Starter
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rim and tire package

ive been looking around for some tire packages. where can i look besides rockymountainatv.com? ive looked on just about every website i can think of and i cant find anything. thanks for your help.
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motosport.com bikebandit.com are two that i use a lot
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What kind of wheels are you looking for The 11 inch wheels are kind of hard to find online your best bet is to call on those


All three sites mentioned above are great sites I've used two of them and had nothing but good service I have not used bike bandit simply because it is cheaper through south Seattle for stock yamaha parts lol but have not heard any complaints about them

dwtracing.com also sells wheel and tire packages 11" as well

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for an 11 inch rim, go straight to Douglas or OMF
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you can use 4wheelonline but they only sell itp
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I just priced out a set of front Kenda Kutters and ITP steel wheels on Rocky Mountain's site. $185 shipped. Pretty hard to beat that.
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How much do the steel wheels weigh? Sound heavy...
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How much do the steel wheels weigh? Sound heavy...
Dunno...found nothing on ITP's site about weight. Someone posted 11 pounds for steel wheels. I can say that the biggest weight issue for my quad is the driver! LOL
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Ouch! That is heavy! Probably won't bend though?
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Ouch! That is heavy! Probably won't bend though?
Not sure...does anyone know what comparable aluminum rims actually weigh?
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