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11-29-2009 03:07 AM
bkelley Pretty good discussion of the topic here.

https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1718
11-29-2009 12:20 AM
trx700xx08
aftermarket parts

what are the best aftermarket parts to start out with?
11-12-2009 10:24 PM
vfm2010 www.rockymountainatv.com
11-12-2009 01:17 PM
Joe honda #1 Thanks for the great advise. Ilooked at my dealer to find some 22x10x11 tires but thet can't come up with anything in there books. Were can I get these?

Regards, Joey.
11-11-2009 10:47 PM
msg harmon Roadkill that was some very good advice. Its nice to know that we stick together with the XX's
11-11-2009 11:52 AM
roadkill You will find that many of the riders here use Maxxis Razr 22x10x11 on the rear and Maxxis Razr2 on the front. Size on the fronts would depend on YOUR preference and type of riding you do. I chose to stay with 21" for my fronts, but you can use 22" or 23".... on stock rims. That is until you bash the crap of the stock rims... THEN switch over to a better rim. DWT perhaps. You can get the Maxxis tires from rockymountain ATV for a good price and they have a good reputation... as far as I'm concerned anyway. Stay with a 6 ply tire front and back. My opinion is to stay away from switching to a 10" rear rim for more tire choices... except for use with sand tires that is. My reason is quite simple: rim to upper a-arm clearance and rim offset. You can get a 10" rim setup, but there is very little clearance between the rim and the upper a-arm... get even a small rock caught up there.... not good. This is all just my opinion and like assholes, everyone has one... this is just mine. Hope this helps.

roadkill
11-09-2009 07:44 PM
skier207
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Originally Posted by Joe honda #1 View Post
Thanks for the information guys, so I did go with the pro armour full skid plates, front bumper & nerf bars.... I should of bought all those components made by Honda. the nerf bars took me 5 hours to put on!!!!!!! I'm not a mechanic but 5 hours is a pain!!!! I wrote to Pro Armour to let them know about the problem with fittment & the only thing they had to say is thanks for the purchase & that they'll advise there engineers. Anyways took the bike out on the weekend & on the second tank of gas punctured 3 tires, 2 fronts that I fised with plugs & a right rear that I had to bring to the tire shop to get it cooked. I asked my dealer for 22x9x11 tires to replace those stock shitty ones but they don't have anything listed. Anyone can help me out on were to purchase some back tires & may be some rims?

Regards, Joey
Go to the Chassis, Suspension, Braking & Tires section of this forum and do a search on tires lots of good info.
11-09-2009 07:03 PM
Joe honda #1 Thanks for the information guys, so I did go with the pro armour full skid plates, front bumper & nerf bars.... I should of bought all those components made by Honda. the nerf bars took me 5 hours to put on!!!!!!! I'm not a mechanic but 5 hours is a pain!!!! I wrote to Pro Armour to let them know about the problem with fittment & the only thing they had to say is thanks for the purchase & that they'll advise there engineers. Anyways took the bike out on the weekend & on the second tank of gas punctured 3 tires, 2 fronts that I fised with plugs & a right rear that I had to bring to the tire shop to get it cooked. I asked my dealer for 22x9x11 tires to replace those stock shitty ones but they don't have anything listed. Anyone can help me out on were to purchase some back tires & may be some rims?

Regards, Joey
11-09-2009 06:56 AM
smo0oth1 Correct
11-09-2009 05:09 AM
atleastitsnotaford So the PC3 will work on 08 and 09, and the PC5 will work on 08 and 09?
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