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post #1 of 20 Old 03-04-2013, 02:24 PM Thread Starter
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Kenda Kutters 22X9x11 or 22x10x11?

When it comes to keeping the stock (rear) wheels what size Kenda Kutter is best? I have read the 22x9x11 work well. Is wider better or worse in anyone's opinion?

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that size you have is stock size its not wider. 22 high 9 wide and 11 wheel same as stock for a few more bucks you can get 10inch rears and tires i got 260 in my new rear wheels and tires i know thats about 80 more but you have a better range of tire im going woth a 20x11-10 xrex on the back with a 10'' dwt wheel but width just depends on were you ride the setup im talking about is 50'' wide i wanted to lower the stance and decrease the body roll but that is 2 wide for some trails . but if i was set up keeping stocks id deff go with the cutters theres alot of ppl on there that love them

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kenda doesnt make a 22-10 -11 thats why i got a 10 inch gbc xrex


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yea i got my xrex in today look sexy haha .. should get my wheels anyday
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Yea for sure the Trx700 would look a lot better with wider tires, those 9's skinny!

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yea thats for sure soon as i get my wheels in ill post pics
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Sry if I wasn't clear fellas but I'm aware the 9" wide tire is stock. I guess a better question is, if I wanted a 10" wide tire I would need a wider wheel than stock?

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no you wont need a wider wheel but they dont make the cutter in anything wider to fit the stock wheel if you want wider tires about your only choice are razers. thats 22x10-11 theres not alot of selection for stock wheels why everyone goes to 10s but to answer the question wider the tires the more grip you have alot of ppl have the razers and love them and alot the cutters and love them

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Okay got it so if I want Kutters I gotta stick with the 9" wide tire for stock wheels. Cool thanks!

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Okay got it so if I want Kutters I gotta stick with the 9" wide tire for stock wheels. Cool thanks!
Or Kenda makes the Bear Claw tire And I have a set of 25x12.5x11's on my oem rims now. They are a great mud and snow tire. Mine are a tad big, but I picked them up used for real cheap from a another member. Kenda does have a 24x10x11 Bearclaw like $70.00 each. This is a sxs shot of the large BearClaw next to the oem size Kutter.


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