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So I went out on the trails yesterday and beat the hell out of both of my front rims....now lookin for replacements...if i plan on running razr2 23" fronts would it be better to go with 10x5 or 10x7 fronts???
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I just bought Douglas Rok-out rims ( 10X5 in 3+2 offset) with maxxis razr 2's (23X7X10) like 10 minutes ago. I could possibly sell my front rims but the left one has green slime in it, I don't know if that stuff comes off or what, their still mounted to stock tires.

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So I went out on the trails yesterday and beat the hell out of both of my front rims....now lookin for replacements...if i plan on running razr2 23" fronts would it be better to go with 10x5 or 10x7 fronts???
I would use 10x5 which is what they were designed for . A wider rim will make it a smaller overall height of the razr.
The ITP 10x7 is what they fit to the rear of the 700xx.

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def 10x5... don't listen to scuzz... lol
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your lucky i bought my damper instead last night scuzz!! jk thanks guys
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