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01-25-2016 11:13 AM
sparky277480 Thanks for all the input I will try to post pictures when it all done
01-24-2016 11:36 AM
blakjak619 Ok guys I've run the gamut when it comes to the TRX700xx and choosing the right tire/wheel setup. I've run the 11" and the 10" setup in some pretty gnarly conditions (no deep mud). The 11" handles a bit tighter and slightly less roll in the turns but the wider 10" gives a little bit more flex in tire pricing. My recommendation would be a set GBC XC-Masters mounted on OMF's.. I've run this setup in Baja for a couple of years without a single wheel/tire issue. We also run our GBC's on Douglas reds too.



For wheels I'd call Bones at OMF he's a really cool dude who happens to know everything about TRX700xx wheel options. I get my GBC's direct from Greenball as a sponsored rider but have heard of people getting them cheaper online just can't remember where.
01-23-2016 09:42 AM
M_Quick
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Why did u have to change the lug nuts did u have to change the hub.
If you look at the oem wheels, they are sleeved where the wheel studs come through and they have a tapered lug nut. The DWT wheels are not sleeved and require a flange style lug nut. Some people say you can just flip the oem lug nuts. So I tried that, and was unable to remove my wheel from the hub. The lug nuts are cheap, I wish I knew that when I ordered my wheels. I had to remove my hub and then beat it off the wheel. Later I used a stepper drill bit and opened the hole up slightly, and then used a washer and a flange nut. I only took them off to install my old balder 11" tires/wheels to run on a dyno.

https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...e+nuts+10+1.25
01-22-2016 08:22 PM
sparky277480
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for $220 on GBC's and then $80. each on a DWT wheel. You'd be $540 for all new wheels and tires, or just add the 2 rears for now, and that would be $380 saving you a few bucks and new shinny wheels, like these babies! But spend the extra few cent and get the correct lug nuts! Not like I did and learned the hard way.

Whttp://i1143.photobucket.com/albums/n629/m_quick/Clean%204wheel%20photos/DSC_2888_zpscbdec89e.jp

Why did u have to change the lug nuts did u have to change the hub.
01-22-2016 07:31 PM
M_Quick for $220 on GBC's and then $80. each on a DWT wheel. You'd be $540 for all new wheels and tires, or just add the 2 rears for now, and that would be $380 saving you a few bucks and new shinny wheels, like these babies! But spend the extra few cent and get the correct lug nuts! Not like I did and learned the hard way.

01-22-2016 06:47 PM
sparky277480
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Mquick where did u order ur GBC from.

Ebay lol...

Thanks for all ur help. I went to the motorcycle dealer today and the maxxis tires r going to be $425 for all 4 and I won't have to change the wheel maybe next time I need tires I will buy the rims Cuz the stock ones r getting beat up but they will do for now.
01-22-2016 06:40 PM
M_Quick
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Mquick where did u order ur GBC from.

Ebay lol...
01-20-2016 07:10 PM
sparky277480 Mquick where did u order ur GBC from.
01-20-2016 06:42 PM
M_Quick
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Does rockymountain carry the GBC tires in the 11" wheel if not where can I find them.
Idk if rocky sales gbc tires, and they don't come in the 11" size. If staying 11 your limited to options. Gbc xc masters are pretty much a rzr II clone, at half the price. Some riders talk crap about them, while others rave about them. For $220 a set of (4) shipped I'm pretty pleased with mine.
01-20-2016 05:37 PM
sparky277480 Does rockymountain carry the GBC tires in the 11" wheel if not where can I find them.
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