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So, I’ve found a set of Polaris take offs for $150. The rears are 12”, and mine are 10”. Which factory Honda 12” rims will I need, provided I can find some used?
 

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So, I’ve found a set of Polaris take offs for $150. The rears are 12”, and mine are 10”. Which factory Honda 12” rims will I need, provided I can find some used?
Any Foreman SRA rear rims will work. Also any 2001 to 2014 Rubicon rear rims will work. Your stock front rims will work as-is with those tires you just picked up.
 
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So, I’ve found a set of Polaris take offs for $150. The rears are 12”, and mine are 10”. Which factory Honda 12” rims will I need, provided I can find some used?
Any Foreman SRA rear rims will work. Also any 2001 to 2014 Rubicon rear rims will work. Your stock front rims will work as-is with those tires you just picked up.
Thanks for the info. Been wanting to go to 12” on the rear for awhile.
 

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So, I’ve found a set of Polaris take offs for $150. The rears are 12”, and mine are 10”. Which factory Honda 12” rims will I need, provided I can find some used?
Any Foreman SRA rear rims will work. Also any 2001 to 2014 Rubicon rear rims will work. Your stock front rims will work as-is with those tires you just picked up.
Thanks for the info. Been wanting to go to 12” on the rear for awhile.
Another option, ITP Delta Steels can be found for cheap online, and look close to stock. That's what I did on the rears of my Rancher.
 
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Any Foreman SRA rear rims will work. Also any 2001 to 2014 Rubicon rear rims will work. Your stock front rims will work as-is with those tires you just picked up.
Thanks for the info. Been wanting to go to 12” on the rear for awhile.
Another option, ITP Delta Steels can be found for cheap online, and look close to stock. That's what I did on the rears of my Rancher.
Good idea; the Delta rims are decent looking too. Are there any advantages to the 12” rears? Only advantage I see with the 10” is a slightly better ride because of the taller sidewall height.
 
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