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|09-17-2009 07:35 PM|
Why can't no one tell me the width? Don't want to buy tires that would extend the width more than 48"
|09-17-2009 05:34 PM|
Front rims are the same as a 450r or a 400EX.
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|09-17-2009 01:32 PM|
What's your front wheel width from outside to outside of the tires. Need to keep it under 48"
Also, the 450R wheels, will they fit on ours. Our wheel is hard to find.
|09-16-2009 10:24 PM|
|09-16-2009 09:48 PM|
For the boys that have 23x7x10 in the front, what is your total width. Thinking about getting some, really like the ITP T-9 ProSeries wheel with their HD tires but need to account for how wide will the front end be afterwards. Can not go over 48" since my trailer is only that wide.
|09-16-2009 08:16 PM|
|Nash04||Does anybody know the offset and thread pattern of the front wheels? Know the rear is 144 but can not find it in the manual.|
|09-14-2009 06:55 PM|
|Chrisj||They work good. Don't have a huge tread like a mud tire. Tailwhips no problem. Tough as nails too.|
|09-14-2009 06:11 PM|
How are those Bear Claws, found some for $52 24x9x11
|09-10-2009 02:49 PM|
I just put on 22x7x10 Rzr 2 fronts and 24x11x10 ITP Mudlites in the rear. with the weight of the quad and the PSI they came with from rockymountain the fronts measured 21 and the rear came in at 22. They handle awesome and I only took it through a little mud but the mudlites never even spun in places that I would normally have the throttle pinned with the stock tires.
Sidenote: I had originally ordered 23x10x10 bearclaws, but when they got here they measured in at barely 21" in height and had a measly 10 millimeters of tread depth. Rocky mountain was good enough to send a return slip from fedex and I got the ITP's that have a solid 20mm of tread depth. I can't find the adapter for my sd card so no way of getting pics up here yet.
|09-09-2009 07:43 PM|
|700xx crazy||I would keep the same size front and rear or go bigger front than the rear. Dont think the steerin would like the bigger rear than front cause nobody runs this set up racing or from the factory.|
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