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post #1 of 11 Old 01-08-2014, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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What is everyone running for different back rims? I wanna go with with the Maxxis Razr2 tires, but they don't make them in the stock size. any suggestions would be very helpful!
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Not many choice for stock sizing, maxxis makes a 11 inch 6ply razr, kenda makes bearclaws and kutters and there are a few utility tires that are made for 11inch rims (mudlites, zillas,ect)

10inch rims provide more of the typical race tire selection (holeshots, razrs, razr2, gbc xrex, ect) but with a 10inch rims your rear will be around 51inches wide due to the wider offset. I'd highly recommend a 6ply tire because this bike will tear a weak sidewall apart in no time
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I did order the Kenda Kutter xc, front and rears. I was just wondering what size people are running for after market. if I get 10inch rims will I have to put different sprockets on it?
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No you don't need to change anything by going to 10inch rims. You may want to add some spacers to the front to even it out but I never did
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are you running ITP wheels?
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Yea, itp .190,fairly cheap but they get the job done

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awesome! thank you!
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You wont have to change anything. I ran RZR2s w/ ITP rims. Just because it is a 10" and not 11" doesn't mean you have to change around your gearing, that is just the diameter of the wheel. If you get the same size tire (out side diameter) like 22", then it will be the same, if that makes sense. A lot of people change to a 13t front for better low down gearing for woods riding and what not.

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Thanks! So, should I run a 22-11-10 or a 20-11-10. Any suggestions?
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They will only really be about a inch difference in size, not really noticeable. If you want to gear it down a bit without changing the sprocket then the 20s will do it
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