I am considering these wheels for my 2014 Honda Rancher 420 4×4 SRA. I want to run the same offset wheels on front and rear and use wheel spacers on the rear to achieve the same width. Im not sure which offset to purchase. I wouldn't mind a little more width overall. Can you offer any info on how each offaet will compare to stock wheels? Also do you have any information on what size spacers to use?(I heard 1.5" on the rear will bring it out to match the front.)
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Q: Is there a back rim like this for the honda rubicon?
A: Yes, Just be sure to correctly select the Year/Make/Model of your ATV before ordering so we can be sure to send you the correct Motosport Alloys Kore Wheel for your ATV. Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
A: No. Unfortunately this wheel is not offered for the 2014 Yamaha Viking.
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Q: Tires and rim question?
Over 3 years ago
I have a 2010 Arctic Cat 700 trv. I want to upgrade stock rims and tires. I would like for the new look to be uniform and a little higher. The color is green. What do you think of a set up using M-20 Kore rims 14 x 7 matte finish with Maxxis big horn rwl 26 x 9 x 14 front and 26 x 11 x 14 rear. In your expert opinion would this look good? most of my riding is on fields and woods with some mud. Would you go matte finish or gloss on the rims? Ready to place an order today. Thanks in advance for your advise.
A: As far as the rims go, the Kore is only available in the Matte finish. The style of the rim is definitely a personal preference but I do like these wheels. The black wheels on the Lime Green Artic cats always looks sharp. As far as the tire sizes go, you have the correct ones chosen and the 26's will clear on the 700 TRV. The Maxxis Bighorns are one of the best all around Utility ATV tires and are very hard to go wrong with. They aren't the greatest deep bog mud tires but that is their only downfall which sounds like it wont apply to how you ride.