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i bought a set of itp rim and tires of ebay i guess i not know what i waz gettin in too but any way i got the rims there all the same size 2 1/2 '' deep on front and 5'' deep on back the rims fix good on the front but they're sunk in ... in the back.. will a 2'' wheel adapter bring it out right.....help please i payed 445.00 for the sett dont think i got hurt to bad .......:bling::bling:
 

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It should bring it out enough but I would measure the offset of the factory wheel and see how much you have to have before buying the spacers.
 

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Welcome to the forums. Yeah, I agree with Sub.
 

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I got into the same thing along with all the wheels being 12" and the new '10 420 Rancher has 12" on the front and 11" on the rear. The dealer was going to put 2" spacers on the rear to bring the wheels out and then realized that there are actually two offsets available. One is a 2"x5" and the other is a 5"x2". The wheel dealer exchanged the rear wheels for the right offset and now all is well. I don't know if you have that recourse with ebay but I think I would contact the seller to find out especially if they are a dealer. On the 11" rear tire issue, I had the original 12" tires off my Polaris RZR. So, I just put the 25x10-12 Maxxis rear tires I had for the RZR on the 12" rims for the Honda. I then sold the 11" wheels and tires on Graig's list.


Good luck!
 

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the back of the factory wheel is about 2 1/2 '' deep the back of the wheel i bought is 5'' deep will 2'' push it out ok
 

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Well thats 4 1/2" so that should be ok. But I would get the aluminum spacer with the studs built in. Don't get the spacers with the stud extension they break. I know because I have them.
 

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I would contact the seller and see if they will change them out for the right ones. if not then go with the spacers.
 

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thanks for the help guys i can't chsnge them back one time deal ... so ill go with the spacers got them on the way 2" ..... thanks again...
 
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