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10"wheels at 50" or 11"wheels at stock width

I am kinda second guessing me buying the 10" rims and having the rear end be 50 1/8th inches wide, I still have the stock rear wheels and thinking about maybe getting kenda kutters to put on them and selling my new set up.what do you guys think will I have a problem with the rear being so wide and the front being stock, will I be better off staying with the stock width.
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imo no, i rode my oems till i wore them slap out which took a full season 12 months then got the 10 4-3 rear , to compensate for the extra width in the rear i got 3-2 offset 10 by 5 fronts which widens the front up almost as wide as the rear without an expensive a arm upgrade, and man what a difference it turned better , handled better, and is way more stable at cornering and of course new tires 6ply helped the handle too.


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I am kinda second guessing me buying the 10" rims and having the rear end be 50 1/8th inches wide, I still have the stock rear wheels and thinking about maybe getting kenda kutters to put on them and selling my new set up.what do you guys think will I have a problem with the rear being so wide and the front being stock, will I be better off staying with the stock width.
Depends on where you ride? I'd keep the stock stuff, and if you know your riding some extra tight stuff just switch them out. I have 3 set's all mounted, (10" GBc's) (11" Kutter's) (11" BearClaws) I will put the Kutters on mid summer, or if I hit Perry National Forest again. The tree's there are tight, and plenty-full!

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I agree with mquick, keep both sets and switch back to the oem when you are riding tight trails
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If you want to sell let me know ASAP I need more of a sport tire on rear for my riding area
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