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post #1 of 12 Old 12-15-2009, 08:39 PM Thread Starter
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20/21 or 22/23 tire setup

I ride rocky trails and ride very aggressive. I would normally run 22/23 but for this quad I'm thanking 20/21 so which setup would offer the best control. I will be going to 10in rims on the rear.

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If your dropping down to 10" rims then I would definitely go with the 22/23 set up so u dont loose any stock ground clearance especially since your riding in rocky areas. Why sacrifice any clearance and your skid plates if you dont have too??
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Isn't a 22" tire a 22" tire no matter what rim it's on??
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Isn't a 22" tire a 22" tire no matter what rim it's on??
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I am running 20" rears and 22" fronts and love them. Both ends on 10" rims.

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I'm running 23" fronts and 22" Maxis RAZR2's all the way around and my 23" fronts rub my Honda Racing nerf bars :( Either gonna have to get some 22" tires or proarmor nerfs.


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I'm running 23" fronts and 22" Maxis RAZR2's all the way around and my 23" fronts rub my Honda Racing nerf bars :( Either gonna have to get some 22" tires or proarmor nerfs.

How do like the performance of your RAZR2 so far, Do they bite more then you need, and can you drift turns at 80 ok maybe 40.

Thanks too all for your replies.

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How do like the performance of your RAZR2 so far, Do they more bite then you need, and can you drift around turns.

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