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Please chime in. Debating 22/20 or 23/22 10in rim

Please chime in and tell me what you think. I decided to get the 10 in rim and I am getting GBC xc master tires. I am ordering sometime this weekend or Monday morning. I ride mainly trails and the extra width is not a problem. I do ride a lot of rocky trails. Please till me which setup and your opinion why. Would love to hear from people that have the same setup. Looking for Pros and cons.

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If there is lots of rocks and whatnot I would want as much ground clearance as possible. That's my thinking anyway.
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in riding rocks ground clearance is a must.. do you fast rock ride or creep? that will answer the ? about 21 and 23 and 22 inch tyres just a creepin or goin fast ? grim reapers would prolly do the trick if you never get out of third get the x-master if you can stretch it out ..6 ply or better is a must for less sidewall puncture and tire puncture .


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I ride over them at a moderate speed. All of the trails are not rocky. I have not had any problems with stock height and I heard 20 in tires on the 10 in rims is about .5 to 1in difference. But was told it help the body roll so I can use the stock sway bar when I am on the rocky trails. I guess I was wondering if the 23/22 setup have more body roll
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thats a good setup as long as the 23 fronts dont rub your nerfbar or do you even have nerfs? if not 23 will be fine. i think they rub the factory honda nerfs,thats a good trail setup . i run 22-7-10 front and 22-10-10 rear and like it way better than oem


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I don't have nerfs. Does the 22in rear have more body roll or does the extra width from the offset of the rears help? I was thinking 23 front since I don't have nerfs I heard it helps the turning to have a bigger tire in the front. If you didn't have nerfs would you have gone 23 front or still 22?
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still would of went with 22 6ply and yes it turns way better with a 22 or 23 front 6 ply and the rear has less body roll with 6ply 10 or 11 inch rears


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I ride over them at a moderate speed. All of the trails are not rocky. I have not had any problems with stock height and I heard 20 in tires on the 10 in rims is about .5 to 1in difference. But was told it help the body roll so I can use the stock sway bar when I am on the rocky trails. I guess I was wondering if the 23/22 setup have more body roll
22/20 setup will be fine with you're kinda riding. It has less "body roll" than the 23/22. Never tried a 23/22 setup as the 700xx on 22/20 is about the same as most 4x4's I have raced against ground clearance wise. Also a 20x11x10 Klaw on a 10x8 [email protected] is the same height as a 22x9x11 Kutter on a 11x7 [email protected] I'll post a pic if you need it.

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I would like to think everyone for their help. I ordered my tires and wheels tonight. I went with the 22/20 setup. I like the less body roll because I want to use the stock sway bar so I can take advantage of the IRS on some of the trails.
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I have 23/22 and 21/20. Both are good but the 21/20 handles more precise. The 23/22 is better in the mud tho.


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