Yeah, I do tend to ride hard. I've been mellowing out some the last couple of years. Some, I say.
I posted some details in two other threads:
Try to match the stock offset and go thinner on the rears (discussed in the other thread
you asked about tires in), if you want to stay narrow.
also has a bit more information and pictures.
The wheel size is 12x7, bolt pattern is 4/156, offset for the rear is 5+2 and the front offset is 4.5 + 2.5. Good Luck.
Here is ITP's entire wheel chart for 2013
You'll need Microsoft Excel or open source equivalent to read it.
I'll put a picture of the 4/156mm bolt pattern section below. I've taken the liberty of highlighting the only ones that will make your rig narrower.
Please note the following:
1. NONE of them are 12"
2. MOST of the ones that would be narrower are 6" instead of 7". That would still work fine with 8" tires, but will result in a bit of sidewall bulge. Not more than the rear stockers though.
3. There is ONLY ONE model that has a 5+2 offset, so if you want a matched set with stock offset in the rear, here is the wheel you're buying:
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Like it? I hope so. It's nice, but I prefer the SS312 myself.
Note that you'd have to go all the way up to 15" to use those. They don't make that one smaller.
You might rub your tires on your fenders, and you're not gonna get the holeshot with those on there.
I wonder if anyone makes low profile tires for ATVs? I know some guys who live in Southern California who would dig that look.
It is possible that 4+2 wheels all the way around might work out OK.
But Rocky Mountain ATV, the largest retailer of ATV wheels and tires in the western half of the country, doesn't stock them.
So you're going to special order them. I have no idea how much you'll pay for them.
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