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Question if Maxxis Razr II tires and HiPer CF1 Wheels will work together

Hi, i was wanting to see if the Maxxis Razr II ATV Tire 22x11-10 - 2008 Honda TRX 700XX (Rear) and the Maxxis Razr II ATV Tire 22x11-10 - 2008 Honda TRX 700XX (Rear) which i already own
would work with these rims
http://www.ebay.com/itm/140713802386...S:1123&vxp=mtr

Also what size do i need for the front and back rims?

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idont think those are the one yo want back shoul be 10x7 4+3 and front 10x5 3+2 if you go tha t rought thats what i got and it makes you 50"wide and it turns good with stock swaybar!


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The bolt pattern is wrong too, unless you plan on using adapters the trx700 is a 4/144 if I'm not mistaken.

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Even if you use adapters I think that there may be too much backs pacing in them and the rims could hit the a-arms

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