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Need a factory 11" rear rim.

I've been a proud owner of an 08' 700 for a few months now and love riding this quad. It's been several years since I've owned a quad and was pleasantly surprised by its power. But, one of the rear factory rims is bent and I would like to replace it. Anyone know a guy, who knows a guy, who might have one of these rims?
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http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/...las-.190-Wheel

A good deal right now on the 10" Douglas .190's $59.95 each I think the 11" ones are like $88.00 So just wondering how much tread is left on your tires? And if maybe it's time to drop $120 for the rims and $163.40 or so on some new GBC X Rex 22x11x10

If you ride hard you will continue to bend the factory rims And going to a 10" rear rim will open your tire options up a lot! I have 2 full sets of the oem rims, but right now I'm not in the position to part with any of the rears. And yes they all have there bends and kinks in them.


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MQuick, thanks for the info. I'm pretty new to all the wheel tire combos, but does it make a big difference if the stock rims are 11x9 and the Douglas rim is a 10x7. I understand the 10, but what about the 7 vs. 9? I was thinking about getting a set of the kenda kutter tires as well. Any other info would be great.
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The oem rear tire size is 22x9x11 So it's 22" tall 9" wide on a 11" rim. The rim it self is 11x7 not 11x9. So going with the 10x7" rim you can still add wider tires like the 22x11x10's I mentioned above at a little over $80.00 each, they are a Razr II clone. And razr II's cost $131.00 each. The Kutters in the oem size are around $90.00 each.

If you want to stay stock size I understand, but the Trx700 would look a lot better imo with a wider tire! And if you go with the stronger 10" wheels, remember to remove the mud scraper's, which is a good idea to remove any way. The mud scrapper has been known to trap small rocks and cut like a metal lathe through the wheel!

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i found a seller on ebay selling xrex 114+ 20 shipping a pair im about to order then and i havnt decided between douglas or itp but im going with a 20-11-10 combo
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You can't go wrong with the Douglas 190's. Just put some on my XX. They are much nicer quality than ITP. Running gbx X-rex 21x7x10 fronts. 22x9x11 rears in Kenda Kutter's.

I powder coated my wheels before I mounted the new tires. They were awful shiny but I'm more of stealthy guy.







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Thanks for all the help. I took M_Quick's advise and went with the Douglas 10" rims and GBC XRex 22x11x10 rears. Besides almost knocking myself silly trying to get my tires decompressed, everything went well. I liked the look of Duplicolor graphite wheel paint so I went with that. Now all I need is a set of front XRex tires. Maybe my pic will come through.

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i found a seller on ebay selling xrex 114+ 20 shipping a pair im about to order then and i havnt decided between douglas or itp but im going with a 20-11-10 combo
nice price, but why go with the 20's?

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i want to lower the profile some i dont like the 22 but on the research iv done there 20 is like a 21.the trails i ride on dont have big rocks and nowere i can hit 80+ so ima stick with the 20s and the 14t ill still be hitting uper 70s plenty fast for me eehonda said he loved the setup so worth a try
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Awesome info! My rims a destroyed and tires have some life but I am gonna look for the best wheel tire combo and save what I got for the yard and snow play. Thanks guys

In order of install: Honda racing front and rear A arm skids, DG Full skid, Honda racing rear skid, nerfs, and front bumper, 11/16 ly8ton racing sway, PRM 6 pack with t5500 case.
In my basement: ds450s( install soon), Brand new hmf exhaust, hmf controller( make offer, looking for razrs) just saying
Wish list: Dozer by ly8tonracing and Rocky Mountain ATV tires (soon)
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