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Ok so i was just finishin my break in on my 700xx today. Riding in a pit with a buddy of mine with his new wheeler, anyways, i was on my way back to the truck and decided to really open her up. i came up over this hill and basiclly ended up hitting a monster rock, bent my tie rod and f*cked up both rims on the right side, and somehow tore a cv shaft. Anyways i need rims. i dont knw what the hell to do since aftermarket is like way behind. What should i do
 

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sorry ...i checked ebay and diddent find anything .....maybe try craigslist, but im sure someone else will have better luck finding help for you then me
 

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Best bet is going to be going to the dealership and getting new.
 

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I bought a new rim from the dealer and it was like $120 for one front rim OEM. I recommend going internet searching and getting them that way. I've been eyeing some ITP rims at Rocky Mtn Atv for like $99 and have seen cheaper on EBAY.
 

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I bought a new rim from the dealer and it was like $120 for one front rim OEM. I recommend going internet searching and getting them that way. I've been eyeing some ITP rims at Rocky Mtn Atv for like $99 and have seen cheaper on EBAY.
wow i guess i need to move. my dealer gave me the price of 250 new for the rear and 208 for the front plus my first service of 189 so yea thats wayy too much money.
 

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You could get all new aftermarket for that price, dealerships are nucking futs!!
 

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ebay you can use any 4/110 rear and whatever the lug pattern is for the front also.

Its shared by a number of sport quads

You can buy a set of beadlocks off eBay w/tires for 160 used and then some itp front w/tires have have a full mx set for like $300.

google your bolt pattern and then search what others share this size,it helps.
 

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The 700XX utilizes an 11" rim for axle angles. The front is probably 4/110
 

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700XX, not to change the subject but you have got to post some pics of that freakin 700 with the skis and track for the guys to see!!
 

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700XX, not to change the subject but you have got to post some pics of that freakin 700 with the skis and track for the guys to see!!
I will as soon as i figure out how to, i tired but i guess i need some help. I ended up buyin a whole set of take off rims off ebay for $190, which i didnt think was too bad. And for everyone else the 700xx uses a 4/144 bolt pattern for the front and rear, which is why you cant just throw any random rim on the back. No one else used that bolt pattern on the rear.
 

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Suzuki uses that pattern too. Most Honda Sport quads(at least the 450's) run a 4/110 in the front and 4/144 in the back.
 

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Ok here they are
 

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That setup is pretty wicked. That would be very useful here in Colorado...
 

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That looks like a handful but wicked fun would be had!
 

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700xx, I feel your pain as i have just purchased a 700xx myself. but i bought two front itp aluminum wheels that i was going to put on my 250ex. so now i don't know what i'll do. I hope that they will fit on the front of my new 700xx, then i will have to figure out a way that I can get two more to fit on the back of it when i get it. the dealer had to order mine in from honda so it should be here towards the end of this week. then i can see if i can figure something out about these wheels I bought. sure would be nice thought if the aftermarket would hurry up and catch up though.
 

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Being that the 700 is the only sport quad to run 11" wheels I wouldn't count on stuff being available soon. ITP did create some 10" wheels for it, they adjusted the offset for the XX's needs.
 

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yes redracer, I seen the wheels that itp made for the 700xx but they don't really look any different then the stock wheels that come on the 700xx. so I guess until itp or one of the other manufacture come out with something we are all in the same boat with out a paddle I guess.
 

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I will tell you that those ITP wheels are MUCH better than stock. A 10" rear wheel will give you endless possibilities as far as tires go.
 
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