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The stocks on my 08 TRX250EX are AT22x7-10 in the front, AT22x10-9 in the rear.

I was debating between the RAZR and Holeshots, but I wasn't sure what constraints I have to keep it in as far as size goes. I found the Holeshot SRs:

https://www.partsforatvs.com/shopcart6/default.asp?p=3712&c=1923&cn=Tires

which seem to be the closest match at 21x7-10 and 20x10-9.

There are Holeshot HDs and a bunch of RAZR models on that site, but most are either 11 wide in the rear, or 6 wide in the front, and I assume I can't put those on my stock rims?
 

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Ya I was reading in the other threads and it seemed like you guys liked them better. I have nothing against that, it's just the sizes don't match up:

RAZR MX - 20x6-10 front, 18x10-8 rear
RAZR - Fronts match, rears are all 11 wide - 20x11-8, 20(or 22)x11-9, 20(or 22)x11-10
IRAZR - Fronts match, 20x11-9 and 20x11-10 rear
RAZR2 - Same deal as IRAZR
 

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Get the Razr2 or IRazr. I have reg RAZR on the front in 22x7x10 front and IRAZR 20x11x9 rear. I have a 400ex

When i run it on a moto cross track I use ITPMXR6 20x6x10 on front and 18x10x9 on the rear. Both sets are on stock Honda wheels

I even in the winter Have a set of ITP Mudlites dor the rear 20x11x9.
 

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The 11" wide rear is going to offer you more stability and control through fast turns. Throw the Razr2 on there, 22" up front and 20" in the back. You may lose 1mph or so but you can always change sprockets to compensate.
 

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Not to be an @$$ But a 250ex is shaft drive.
The 11" wide rear is going to offer you more stability and control through fast turns. Throw the Razr2 on there, 22" up front and 20" in the back. You may lose 1mph or so but you can always change sprockets to compensate.
Agree with REDRACER On the tires suggestion
 

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I know it's a shaft drive - that was another selling point for me. This is the first ATV I've owned, and with as much riding as I'll get, I just wanted something simple and fun to play on. I just want to do some things to make it my own and give it a more aggressive look, nothing for serious performance. I always do this when I get a new toy :)

I think I will go with one of those two, 22-7-10 front 20-11-9 rear.
 

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I think I will go with one of those two, 22-7-10 front 20-11-9 rear.
You will be very happy with those, look into some nerf bars. They add a good look and HUGE amounts of safety.
 

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Ya I already had a couple of those pulled up in my browser, still debating on it at the moment. I'm thinking about upgrading the front bumper, too.
 

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