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post #1 of 16 Old 10-26-2009, 09:42 AM Thread Starter
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MAKE THESE FIT THE 700xx!

http://www.motosportalloys.com/9/reaper_atv_wheels.html

How can I make these fit the bike? Spacers? Hammer and tape? Seriously, I suck at the offset thing and need some guidance.
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I like the diesels... maybe if i had a utility quad i'd run those.


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This is for a mud machine.. so I can hang with my buddies utility, and run some ultra aggressive tires.

How would you put these on our bikes? Wheel spacers?
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The +10mm Offset would be close if you ran the 12x7

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Ok so with some spacers we are good to go? I would think the bike needs to go wider in order to stay stable running 12's
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You wouldn't have to go wider to run the 12's. It looks like the offset would make it a bit wider already so you definately wouldn't want to run spacers.

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Ok, so clearance would be ok with 10mm offset. Bolt on, perfect. I may go spacers just to be different.. make it a monster.
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I would worry about bigger tires hitting the heel guards.

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I would worry about bigger tires hitting the heel guards.
I've seen 26's on a XX. I think it may be possible to get a 27 or 28 on there.lol

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Do you know how dumb it would look with 27 or 28" tires? I dont even like how they look with 24" tires!


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