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Old 02-04-2011, 04:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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11 inch to 12 inch wheel

Hi my 96 honda trx 300 fw has 25x9.50-11 on the front's and 25x12.50-11 on the rear's. the tires are shot and the rims are all dented up.
My question is i found a set off dunlop kt515 25x 8rx12 fronts and 25 x 10r x 12 rears complete tires and rims they came off a 2011 ricon 680 can i use these tires and wheels, and will they bolt right on my 300fw?
my suspension is all stock. i can get these for $250.00
the guy took them off the 2nd day he got his quad and went to larger wheels and tires.
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Old 02-04-2011, 04:56 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Since they're off a 680 Rincon, the rears won't work because the 680 Rincon has IRS and the offset will be different. They will sit in too far and probably rub the muffler or something. It would be like putting the front rims on the rear of your 300. You might be able to put wheel spacers on the rear and make them work.

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thanks helmut irs mean independent rear suspension are they still a 4-100 lug pattern
if i got these tires and wheels to work on my 300fw would it decrease power performance
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thanks helmut irs mean independent rear suspension are they still a 4-100 lug pattern
if i got these tires and wheels to work on my 300fw would it decrease power performance
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Yes, IRS means independent rear suspension. All Honda utility ATVs use a 4/110 bolt pattern. Since they're 25 inch diameter tires and that is the size you have on there now, you shouldn't see any decrease in performance. The diameter of the rim won't have anything to do with performance, just the diameter (height) of the tire.
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thanks for the info helmut i really appreciate it
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thanks for the info helmut i really appreciate it
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Put 4 IRS aftermarket IPT rims on my solid axle 420 today plus used 1 1/2" spacers on the rear. My front track width is now 46" and the rear 44". No problem with clearances to muffler & coolant resevoir at the rear. Too much snow to check high speed handling but should be good enuf
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