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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-29-2010, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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400ex rear tires size??

I found a good deal on a set of rear claw type tires. The guy wants $50 and they are like new. The size is 22x12x9. Will they fit on my 400ex??? I have a set of 22x10x9 and have no problems with them. But not sure if the 22x12x9 will be to wide. I need the clearance for the trails. Usually run a set of Razr 20's and love them. Thanks
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I'm thinking they will be too big even though they are 9" rim size tires. Stick with the 20s

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Ya you don't want that wide stay with the 20" they will handle a lot better.

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Agree^^^^^^^ Those tires will take more power to ture and not handle aswell.

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Yea, I love the 20's and the 22's I have are ok. The 22x12x9 were just so cheap and in such good shape I had to find out. Last time I went trail riding and had the 20's on it was not good. I would get the swingarm skid plate hung up on hill climbs, and when coasting down the hills backwards. lol
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