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ok, i ride decently hard(not deathly) and i have bent 2 of my rims already on the rear i was thinking about getting the 10'' rears but then how wide will my xx be? the gates i have to fit through are 51'' and i would like to keep it tight for woods riding also, my question is what is the final length in the back with 10 rims and an a _x11x10 tire?? when looking at the quad from the front do the backs pertrude way more than the fronts? pics??
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it will depend on the off sett of the rim. stocks are 5x2 that is 5" for the inside dish and 2" on the outside. a 4x3 will widen it by 2".

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DWT makes a 11x7 .190" rim for the rear and OMF make a beadlock or reinforcing ring only version of this.

DWT makes a 10x8 / 4:4 offset and a 10x7 /4:3 offset both .190 and with a _x11x10 will make it about 3-3.5" wider. It depends on tyres.
ITP make a .190 10x8 / 4:4 ofset with same width as DWT rims.

10" rims on rear will be about 48.5-49.5" wide depending on tyres compared to stock front width of 46". It's not as bad as it sounds , I ran this setup for one season of XC here in the UK. I've run 46"front ,52" rear and the only problem was berms, wanted to ride over them due to the offset. Same offset in XC no problem. Just buy decent nerfs.

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all the offset talk is giberish hah i have no idea what that means, how wide will these rims http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/...las-.190-Wheel with holeshots(22x11x10) on the back make the quads overall width
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Not exactly but you should be just under 50" the wheels will make you 2" wider than stock which is almost 46" and the tires will gain you yet another 2" max. So buy them and let us know. My guess 49 1/2"...

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I race GNCC, and D6 harescrambles.... Id sell the 700 if I had to run 10" wheels for the rear. By the time you add in sidewall bulge, you're going to be at or over 50". Way too wide for tight woods. There was a few times at Snowshoe, at 48.5", that I had to take a longer route, albeit 10-20' difference, but every second adds up and counts.
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I can't remember who, but years ago someone posted a picture of a tape measure showing the rear width after he added ITP 10" rear wheels and RZR2 tires. Don't remember the exact width, but I know it was just over 51", and that was with no rider on the quad. Due to the IRS, it will get a little wider with a rider on it. I would say if the posts on your trails are exactly 51" apart, you will not clear with you sitting on the quad trying to ride through the posts.

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You or any ATV rider really needs to learn what "offset" means... or you will run into problems with fit. The attachment may help.

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yea the picture helped, i think im going to get 11 omf wheels and just get 11'' razrs to keep the width down, over 50 inches just isnt practicle
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ITP rims and RAZR's are little over 51", about 51,2".
I just measured it.
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