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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 07:22 AM Thread Starter
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Recently joined and finally getting involved on the page. ‘06 660 that is a project in the works. One of my first items, replacing current wheel set up with new ones. Purchased used of course, but prior owner put wheels on with a wild offset. I love the tires though. Only issue, overall width puts me ~5’7”. The trailer I will be using is 5’. I would like to find some black steel wheels that will get me to within that 5’, while using current tires if possible. Tires are 25x10-12 all around. Is this possible? If so, does someone have suggestions?
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 11:00 AM
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Looks like you have spacer on the rhino which was a safety recall by yamaha. I think you'll have to change rims as I'm 57" with 12x7 stock rear rims on all 4 corners with 26x9x12 put me at 57"
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post #4 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 01:50 PM Thread Starter
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Alright, I’m looking at the ITP deltas. With 25x10x12 tires, will this be ok on the 12x7? And 5+2 or 4+3?
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I think the 12x7 rims are a 5+2 offset and your 25x10x12 is the stock size that comes on the rhino, but don't take this as gospel.

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Well you can get the 5+2 or 4+3. Just trying to get this thing back to where it’s not too wide to fit on the trailer.
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So what your saying is from outside to outside of the rear tires is 67", it looks like your running stock suspension, looking at your pictures and my picture it just doesn't look that wide.

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That’s correct. Unless I just completely measured wrong, which is a possibility, but rarely happens. Currently I have the vision bruisers 12x8, 2+6 offset with Sedona coyote 25x10-12. Another pic below. Disregard the factory wheels and tires on front
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I have ITP black deltas on order as of this morning, so the bruisers will be for sale lol. They are like new condition.
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That picture shows it better, way wide.

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Ya for stock arms that thing is way wide


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Too bad u dont have a wide trailer cause i would stick some spacers up front and run it like that for stability


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Remove the rear factory wheel spacers. Looks like you have high offset aftermarket wheels


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Yeah I would probably leave it if I had a wider trailer. The front is only ~4” narrower.
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