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New trx700xx owner. Tire help

Hey just picked up an 08 xx today looking to put a wider tire on the stock rim what is the widest I can fit on there and what should my first upgrades be exhaust etc. help me out please
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First mod should be tires the stock tires are poop. There aren't a lot of options in the 11" rear. There are maxxis razrs, kenda kutters, maxxis zillas, kenda bearclaws , and itp mud lites, and carlisle 489's are the ones I can think of off the top of my head. I've got kutters in stock size and zillas in a 24-10-11 size. I'm sure you may be able to get 11" wide to fit but the may rub on the shock I guess depends on the tires true size. Hope this helps as I spent many hours deciding which tires to go with. And I'm very happy with both pairs the kutters are awesome and the zillas rip hard on the xx.
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Holden first thank you, what are you running in the back and what's the size
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I'm running a set of kenda kutters in OEM size 22-9-11. And I've got a pair of maxxis zillas on the xx right now and they are24-10-11 and not a problem. And I'm running maxxis razrs in the front in stock size 21-7-10
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Hey just picked up an 08 xx today looking to put a wider tire on the stock rim what is the widest I can fit on there and what should my first upgrades be exhaust etc. help me out please
I have a winter/mud set of 25x12.5x11 Bear Claws. They only rub the heel guards a touch, during high speed turns. I'd suggest the Razr 22x10x11's around $116 each. Or if width isnt a problem alot of people go with a 10" rear rim to open up your options on rear tires. You can get the douglas 0.190 wheels around $60.00 each and then go with GBC XC-Master 22x11x10's for around $67.00 each...So a few more dollars up front, but you getting a lot better wheel than the oem, and same quality tire imo...But quad will be around 5" wider in the rear.

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you can go to 10 inch wheels like i did to make it wider im runnint a 20x11-10 thats about as wide as you can go without putting new hubs on there pluse with the 10s youll have more tire options

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So if I go with the Douglas what offset do I need or what is the bolt pattern. Thanks for all the input width doesn't bother me
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bolt pattern is 4x144, stock offset is 5+2, tough to find that one in anything other than 11" other wise guys use a 4+3 for an inch wider stance

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bolt pattern is 4x144, stock offset is 5+2, tough to find that one in anything other than 11" other wise guys use a 4+3 for an inch wider stance
The 5x2 in a 10" wheel wouldn't clear the rear A-Arm, thats why they make them 4x3 I believe.

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So if I go with the Douglas what offset do I need or what is the bolt pattern. Thanks for all the input width doesn't bother me
4/144 Douglas .190 Wheel 10X7 4.0 + 3.0 $59.99 at
http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/

Someone on here possibly whynot, just went with these and may be interested in selling, to go back to 11"???

https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=12657

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#2 2008 Trx700xx AMR Reaper, Ehs Big 3, P/P head, Xcalibur Cam, Hard Welded Rockers, +1 In/Ex Valves, +3 Throttle body, 11:1 CP Piston, Elka Stage 3 Legacy Shocks, L8ton 11/16th Sway Bar, PRM Front Skids, Desert II Bumper & Rear Utility Rack.


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