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I have a 2005 honda rancher 350 4X4. The factory tires are 25X8-12 on the front and 24X9-11 on the rear. I have a new set of wheels and tires that will fit and are sized 25X8-12 and 25X10-12 on the rear. My question is, would this work without hurting the transmission? I have other questions but will add other threads. Thanks for any help.
 

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I have a 2005 honda rancher 350 4X4. The factory tires are 25X8-12 on the front and 24X9-11 on the rear. I have a new set of wheels and tires that will fit and are sized 25X8-12 and 25X10-12 on the rear. My question is, would this work without hurting the transmission? I have other questions but will add other threads. Thanks for any help.
first off..i have no idea why the front tires are not the same as the back..i guess thats honda for you on these newer models..but..as long as the lug pattern is the same..and your 25x8x12 and 25x10x12 don't hit any part of the fenders..and your tire offset doesn't hit any part of the bike frame..your probally ok...two main things you need to worry about...lug pattern..and off set..if all this checks out..you should be ok...remember this..the last number on tires is the rim size...sooo..if you don't have 12 inch rims..with the same bolt pattern like your stock rims..your gonna have to solve that problem a different way
 
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