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post #1 of 12 Old 02-20-2010, 03:18 AM Thread Starter
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22X10-11 or 22X11-10?

My choice is done, execpt the size. it's razr1

Wich one is the best to choice? 11in with stock ugly wheel or 10in with itp nice looking wheel but only 7in wide with 11in wide tire?
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it be cheaper to go with stock rims i would put 22 10 11 razor rear 6ply and 23 7 10 razr2 6ply for the front , unless your wanting new rims too.


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I already have the 10in rim for ams zipper next year

and it will be 22in for front
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My choice is done, execpt the size. it's razr1

Wich one is the best to choice? 11in with stock ugly wheel or 10in with itp nice looking wheel but only 7in wide with 11in wide tire?
The problem with a 10" rear rim is that they have to have a different offset to clear the upper a-arm. Makes the back end wider. This will increase the front end push. A 22" front tire will help a bit... 23" will help more, but not enough. IMO. You might try a 11" rim by OMF so that you can keep the same offset... and go to 22-23 on the front tires.

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The problem with a 10" rear rim is that they have to have a different offset to clear the upper a-arm. Makes the back end wider. This will increase the front end push. A 22" front tire will help a bit... 23" will help more, but not enough. IMO. You might try a 11" rim by OMF so that you can keep the same offset... and go to 22-23 on the front tires.

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ha nice, thank, I don't think to buy OMF wheel this years, so probabely keep my stock rim for this summer

what's the original off set?
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does any one no what a set of omf cost front only and rear only
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are the "6 ply" razrs for the 11" stock wheel heavier than razr's for a 10" wheel (they dont mention "6ply" for the 10"ers)? definitley wouldnt want to add any more weight to the rear end.

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22X10-11 = 14.550 lbs
22X11-10 = 16.300 lbs

in 11" is lighter than 10"

so i will buy it for stock rim!!
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good to know, thanks!

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