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|04-26-2012 10:23 AM|
|04-25-2012 07:16 PM|
|ceballos||all i know is that theres some available from Hiper... remember phuknutz? he ran 10'' Hipers|
|04-25-2012 07:11 PM|
Not even I have got a 4.5 10"rim to fit on the stock rear hubs. If you have a set of either DWT or ITP's , you would know they'll never fit. I have both makes of 10" rim and posted pics on clearance to the upper a arm. There is not a 1/2" gap in either.
|04-25-2012 06:44 PM|
straight from Hiper
"We do make a 10” 700xx wheel which the offset is 4.5+2.5"
|04-25-2012 05:39 PM|
That's why I tried to make 8" and 9" rims fit on the rear. These are still narrower than the Hiper's on stock rear hubs.
I have a pair of OMF/DWT 10x8 with reinforcing ring on the outside only. They have held up well and have some dents in the rim but never let me down.
|04-25-2012 04:36 PM|
|jfdanie2||I have the OMF wheels with the reinforced rings and they are indestructable. Dont waste your time with the ITP wheels they fold like envelopes|
|04-25-2012 01:20 PM|
|ceballos||Roadkill, Hiper does make a 10'' rear wheel specifically for the 700... Food for thought|
|04-25-2012 10:47 AM|
My choice would be OMF wheels. You can get them with inner and outer reinforcing rings. They start with the DWT Red Label wheel (.190) and add the reinforcing rings. You can also get them in black powder coated.
I just wish that Hyper would make a rim for our quad... they do for our fronts, but not for the rears. Carbon fiber beadlocks and guaranteed for life... no questions asked.
|04-25-2012 10:34 AM|
|CodyRides700xx||im running ITP steel wheels on maxxis rzrs and there way better than the stock aluminum rims. i decided to go with a wider tire so my rims dont get dingged up to bad,best decision ive ever made!! good luck with the search|
|04-25-2012 10:15 AM|
Steel Wheels?? I'm tired of staightening stock wheels
I know they make steel wheels for utility quads and 4x4s, but has anyone heard of sport quads running steel wheels in the back? My big ass and North Texas / OKlahoma rock tend to keep me at the campsite with bent rear wheels and ripped sidewalls. Second time this month.
If steel is not an answer, any suggestions on a good aftermarket wheel that proves themselves on the trails with rock and roots?? 10s or11s?? I can bend the stock 11"s by sneezing. Thanks, NorthTexXX