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GBC XC Master 22x11x9 Any Clearance Issues

First post here. Great forum and have learn a lot already.

Been searching the forum about tires, what a pain for the stock rims.

Please correct me if I am wrong. The GBC XC Master 22x11x9 will fit on the stock rear 9" rim.

The real question is, are there any clearance issues on the inner side since the tire is 1 inch bigger on both sides?

This is the tire I want to go with.

Thanks in advance.
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If you are referring to 9" wheels on a 700xx, I don't think that they will work due clearance issues.

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No, I screwed up. I thought the GBC tires would fit the stock rear rim. The numbers were backwards. I really don't want to change the stock rim at the moment. I guess I will just go with the Kenda Kutters or the original Razr. Thanks for the reply.
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If you are referring to 9" wheels on a 700xx, I don't think that they will work due clearance issues.
Baxter was able to fit 8" rears. Not sure on the exacts but I believe he changed the rear hubs out.

To OP, The rear Kutters are decent tires but I'm not a fan of the fronts. Where are you located?

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Working in South Korea, located in Virginia. Plan on hitting [email protected] in October for 3 days. The stock tires are crap and the fronts are worn. Yes, I agree. I am going with the GBC's up front since they are a clone of the Razr and less than half the price. I am still on the fence. Kutter's or the original Razr's in the rear. Just seems like the Kutters will do a little better in the muddy spots.
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my self I like the Razr's they likely have a higher ply ratting. as for the rims ........go with the 10''

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The razr, kutters, and gbc are all 6 ply. If he was changing wheels to 10" rears then I'd go with GBC'S all around. For like $225 you could get (2) 22x7x10 ' s for front and (2) 22x11x10 ' s in the rear. The savings over the maxxis tires would pretty much pay for new dwt .190 wheels!

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The razr, kutters, and gbc are all 6 ply. If he was changing wheels to 10" rears then I'd go with GBC'S all around. For like $225 you could get (2) 22x7x10 ' s for front and (2) 22x11x10 ' s in the rear. The savings over the maxxis tires would pretty much pay for new dwt .190 wheels!
This is a really good setup. Some people don't like the wheels because they are spun aluminum but works out good for me. If you bend one of the DWT's find a rock and bang it back into place. GBC tires hold up way better than most of the tires available for the xx too.

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You have sold me on the ebc's and dwt rims. That is the way I am going. When I bought it, there were new DWT rims on the front. Just need the rear.

Two questions:

Where can I get the package deal? Sounds like the best price and the only package deal I saw on eBay, the tire sizes weren't right.
I want the 22x7x10 on the front and 22x11x10 for the rear.

Do the DWT rims require different lug nuts or will the stock ones work?

Thanks again for the responses.
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Where can I get the package deal? Sounds like the best price and the only package deal I saw on eBay, the tire sizes weren't right.
I want the 22x7x10 on the front and 22x11x10 for the rear.

Do the DWT rims require different lug nuts or will the stock ones work?

Thanks again for the responses.
On tires, Discount Tire will beat lowest advertised price you find! And they are a site sponsor on the Honda Atv forum. You should be able to find rears for like $65 each and fronts for low $40's Then follow the price match crap online with Discount tire.

And yes you need a flange lug nut for the DWT wheels. I bought some from Home Depot, really cheap. They were like $0.68 per bag of 2. As I recall they are 10mm w/ 1.25 pitch

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