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post #1 of 5 Old 11-23-2009, 02:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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Who would be interested about a set of 110mm rear hubs for the 700xx ?

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Sure would make buying rims easier. I just wonder if the smaller bolt pattern would make the wheels more susceptible to bending, especially with a heavier machine like the 700.
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Wouldn't it be easier to re-drill the 4/110 wheels to 4/144.......?
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Wouldn't it be easier to re-drill the 4/110 wheels to 4/144.......?
Yes and no.

Yes if the hub face was flat.

No, if it's not...otherwise you'll need the cloverleaf.



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What wheels can we use with the 110 bolt pattern? Maybe utility quad wheels, not really familiar with what offsets they have. Is there a big selection of tires that can be used? I would only run a 22" tall tire. I know you could not really use a sport quad rear wheel either. Most sport quad wheels are around a 3:5 offset, so bolting on a set of those to the 700XX would make the rear around 6" wider overall, not something I would want. I guess if there was a advantage, I would be interested in a new hub, but I do not really see one, but have not really looked at many 110 wheels either.

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