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Question i need tires asap but i do not know which size to get

On my quad I have a It has EHS big 3, 11/16" L8ton sway bar,13 t sprocket.

I have recently gotten some hiper tech 3 beadlock rims Rims are 10X7" (4+3 offset, 4/144)

What size razr 2 tires would you reccomend me getting

21x7-10 on the front and 20x11-10 on the rear
Or 22x7-10 on the front and 20x11-10 on the rear
Or would u suggest different sizes

I ride trails but mostly ride against people at tracks
I'm going to be joining a racing club in the next few weeks and ill be doing more stuff on the track .

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Riding trails and tracks is two different animals. Either way I'd go with 22" front tires, 23's maybe if your not running nerfs. I'd go 22x7x10 and 22x11x10's. That way same height front to back and a little better clearance for when in the woods.

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I am running 22" tires front and rear and ride mostly trails.

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I'd go 22x7x10 and 22x11x10's. That way same height front to back and a little better for when in the woods.[/QUOTE]

that is an great all around set up ! way better than stock tires, youd be suprised on how much good tires help the handling of the 700XX get you some 22's


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I am running 22" tires front and rear and ride mostly trails.
Should I put 21x7-10 in the front and 20x11-10 in the back so that the front will sit up
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I run 23x10-10 on the rear and 22x8-10 tires on the front. Installed the ITP rims and put Kenda Bear Claws on them.
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I run 23x10-10 on the rear and 22x8-10 tires on the front. Installed the ITP rims and put Kenda Bear Claws on them.
Finally put the 25x12.5x11 Bear Claws on my quad. And road with them in muddy trails 2 weeks ago and 8" of snow yesterday around the neighborhood. I got these tires from a member here awhile back dirt cheap! I think they list around $80.00 each. Pinto told me they rubed, but only on big jumps. I only noticed the left side rub when the tires would flex, when I was turning in off camber situations. And that's partly because I have damage to the left foot peg. And the heal guard is closer to the tire.

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Trails = 22" fronts and 20" rears.
Track = 19" fronts and 18" rears.

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I ran 20x11x10's on the rear and the wind out to fast stick with 22" or bigger for a great mid range
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If you're putting the XX on a MX track stay away from the Kenda Bearklaws. I've tried that and on hardpack or slightly damp to slick it will fishtail. Kinda scary in 5th gear. Just my thoughts.

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