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post #1 of 33 Old 04-17-2010, 02:43 AM Thread Starter
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Some time ago I tried to contact the ITP sales department asking them if they had any plans on expanding their product line for the 700xx. We all know that the selection is thin compared to other quads. Being I am in the market for wheels, I was curious if they had any plans in the future and if it was worth it for me to hold off. 6 weeks has gone by, and no response. Don't know if anyone has had a good or bad experience with them, but I wonder if this is a reflection of their cutomer service?

FMF, HMF and atv galaxy (just to name a few) have always returned and answered my questions and have been extremely helpful either by phone or e-mail.

F U ITP, I will keep my stock wheels or buy a different brand.

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Some time ago I tried to contact the ITP sales department asking them if they had any plans on expanding their product line for the 700xx. We all know that the selection is thin compared to other quads. Being I am in the market for wheels, I was curious if they had any plans in the future and if it was worth it for me to hold off. 6 weeks has gone by, and no response. Don't know if anyone has had a good or bad experience with them, but I wonder if this is a reflection of their cutomer service?

FMF, HMF and atv galaxy (just to name a few) have always returned and answered my questions and have been extremely helpful either by phone or e-mail.

F U ITP, I will keep my stock wheels or buy a different brand.

Just Venting
I have had no issues with itp, they answer the phone when I have called. What type of wheels are you looking for? I would suggest going to a 10" rim and that makes so much more available to you. I don't know your budget but Hiper makes awsome wheels with or without beadlocks

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DWT is your only option if you wish to stay stock offset and width and don't want a stock wheel and don't want to throw the crazy dollars the OMF wheels bring.



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The only downfall with the ten inch rears is the mud scraper removal. I have not noticed any difference with the mud scraper gone, mud does not get caught up in my wheels. Now I have a ton of tire options! I've never had to deal with Itp but I like thier wheels!


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The only downfall with the ten inch rears is the mud scraper removal. I have not noticed any difference with the mud scraper gone, mud does not get caught up in my wheels. Now I have a ton of tire options! I've never had to deal with Itp but I like thier wheels!

It makes it wider in th rear with the 10's and makes your turning radius wider.

You trade great tire selection for wider rear, lower turning radius and tight rear a-arm/rim clearance:

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The clearence would only be an issue if you bent your rim. I haven't noticed any difference in turning radius but hey, you have reverse. Haha. People pay for a plus two rear end, in this case it's included. Overall I'm really happy with the 10" wheels!


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The clearence would only be an issue if you bent your rim. I haven't noticed any difference in turning radius but hey, you have reverse. Haha. People pay for a plus two rear end, in this case it's included. Overall I'm really happy with the 10" wheels!
I have done that very same thing (bent my rim...on the inside too!)...and mine has paddles on it. I would hate to see if someone were to really ride on these.

Those plus two people with +2 rear ends usually have a front end that is also widened to keep the ratio. The turning radius is exacerbated with paddle tires that really hook.

Not trying to start an argument, just sharing my experience.



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I have done that very same thing (bent my rim...on the inside too!)...and mine has paddles on it. I would hate to see if someone were to really ride on these.

Those plus two people with +2 rear ends usually have a front end that is also widened to keep the ratio. The turning radius is exacerbated with paddle tires that really hook.

Not trying to start an argument, just sharing my experience.
So far riding in the woods I haven't noticed the turning radius issue but I understand what you're saying with paddle tires. I'm simply trying to say that I have not found any issues with my setup at all. You shared your experience and I'm sharing mine as well. Like I said, I'm really happy with the setup.


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Some time ago I tried to contact the ITP sales department asking them if they had any plans on expanding their product line for the 700xx. We all know that the selection is thin compared to other quads. Being I am in the market for wheels, I was curious if they had any plans in the future and if it was worth it for me to hold off. 6 weeks has gone by, and no response. Don't know if anyone has had a good or bad experience with them, but I wonder if this is a reflection of their cutomer service?

FMF, HMF and atv galaxy (just to name a few) have always returned and answered my questions and have been extremely helpful either by phone or e-mail.

F U ITP, I will keep my stock wheels or buy a different brand.

Just Venting
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