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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-25-2012, 11:44 PM
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hey everyone i have a question, i bought a 2005 Honda rincon and i was wondering if i could put 26x9x12 ties on the front on stock rims and if i could put 26x12x12 tires on the back stock rims? i really need to know
Yes, those sizes will fit the stock 12 inch rims.




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Rear Offset

I was getting ready to order new wheels and tires for my Rancher and came across a question.

Using the Rocky Mountain ATV wheel/tire builder, they show 2 different offsets for my machine. 2.0 + 5.0 and 5.0 + 2.0.

If I understand the way the offset works, the 2 + 5 will stick out further and the 5 + 2 will sit inside my fenders, is that right?

Also, does anyone know what the offset is on OEM wheels for a 2001 350 4x4 Rancher?

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If I understand the way the offset works, the 2 + 5 will stick out further and the 5 + 2 will sit inside my fenders, is that right?
Yes, that's correct. If you have a 350 Rancher, which is a SRA quad, you will need the 2+5 offset for the rear and the 5+2 offset for the front.




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As usual, you are the man Helmut! Thanks for the info and lesson! I learned everything I needed from the Honda forums in deciding on which tire and sizes to get!
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Most 4-wheeler problems are caused by a loose nut connecting the handlebars and the seat!!

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I have a 86 Trx 250 what's my stock rim backspace in
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Will tires and wheels from a 1997 TRX300 4wd bolt directly on a 2004 TRX450FM Foreman?
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Will tires and wheels from a 1997 TRX300 4wd bolt directly on a 2004 TRX450FM Foreman?
That 97 TRX300 came stock with 11" rims. Not likely to clear the brakes on the Foreman since the Foreman came with 12" rims.
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