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Itp t-9 pro 10" wheels anyone have these?

I ordered some itp sand stars on the 10" T9 wheels I know I have to take mud scrapper off what kinda luck have u all had with them in the dunes? Refering to just the dunes mainly with these wheels and tires secondly.

I'm not excited about having less clearance and messing something up.

I am gonna order new 11" wheels for my new dirt tires

I have been to the dunes twice on the trx700xx with out sand tires made it up everything at waynoka easy except last night about 11pm rather dark out and a group of 3 450r's had been tearing buttercup up going back and fourth from end to end across it and was barely able to make it up with it pegged because sand was a little damp and big ruts
When I hit the ruts I instantly remembered they had been over there for a long time having fun lol

hoping the sand tires make a big difference been to dunes total of 5 times never with sand tires first three times was on my 660 raptor
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I just ordered mine wednesday and itp actually recalled them and are producing new rims with stronger centers which is awesome. The only way to get a 11" tire is on the 10" rim. The scrapers are a waste in my opinion. and having a 9" wide tire on a 11" rim is retarted to me. I am coming from a raptor 660 and a grizzly 660. I was told next thursday ill get rims. I also ordered maxxis 6 ply as i have had tons of luck with them always. 22/7/10 and 22/11/10 on pro series, also velocity filter, front and rear grab bar pro armor, programmer, exhaust and 13 tooth sprocket. When all here ill post pics !
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As I have come over hills and around corners hard and fast I have bent a rim bad before, I just not excited about there being almost no clearance once I go down to a 10" wheel
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I am running ITP and OMF/DWT 10" rear rims and have had no clearance problems.

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I have my Haulers on ITP 10" wheels, no problems.

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Baxter since u have several brands which do u prefer and why?

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anyone bent a rim on a 10" wheel and had any negative side effects
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I prefer the OMF 10x8 . These are alot stronger than the ITP rim. Plus you can get a reinforcing ring or beadlock on the OMF. I have both. The downside is it makes the rear 49" wide. This is a little too wide for tree dodging but will have to do at the moment as 11" rear Maxxis or Kenda tires are not availible in the UK . For tree dodging the 11" would be best.
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Also the OMF runs a little closer to the top a-arm . not had any issuses with this but I thought I would tell you.

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I have the ITP pro 9's and I love them! I removed that stupid mud scraper which from what I understand they removed on 09's anyways. The ITP's look good, they're tough, and your tire selection is limitless.


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As I have come over hills and around corners hard and fast I have bent a rim bad before, I just not excited about there being almost no clearance once I go down to a 10" wheel
Why would there be no clearance? you are still using a 22" tire its the same height???
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Why would there be no clearance? you are still using a 22" tire its the same height???
i think he's talking about the arm to rim clearance.

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