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Size 10 rims work?

Hello Fellow members i was just wondering if Size 10 rims would fit on MY 700xx? Due to the mud scrapers and the IRS size 10 looks to be a really tight fit i currently have size 11 on the wheeler but it is quite difficult to find tires and rims to fit the wheeler! i am looking to get sand paddles and cannot find so looking to get size 10 but all in all just wondering if they will fit on my wheeler?
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First, welcome to the site.

Second, no matter what even if you keep the 11" rears take the scrappers off! If a stone gets stuck in there it will gouge your wheel like no tomorrow.

Third, yes 10" fit just fine. There is plenty of subject matter on here to go down to 10"

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Welcome to the club!

Yes 10" will work you just have to remove the scrappers, and run a 4+3 offset to clear the arms. You can get the DWT 0.190's at Rockymountain for $59.99 each. And lug pattern is 4/144 in case you needed to know.

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ok now the question is is it a difficult process to take out the wheel scrappers?
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lol not at all, as I recall its a single 10mm bolt per side, I could be wrong on size. Easier to access the bolt when tire is off.

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