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ITP SS312 aluminum alloy wheels, 12x7, 4+3 offset, 4/156 bolt pattern.
Maxxis Bighorn tires, size 25x8x12.

The tires have between 17/32 and 20/32 tread left, two of them have sidewall plugs but are holding air.
The wheels have a lot of small battle scars, but still look good from a distance.

The set ran $785 when brand new, I am asking $250 for them now, as is.

Local pickup only, no shipping.
PM me if interested.

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For that, you don't need fancy (heavy) wheels.
You want the lightest, and therefore cheapest aluminum basic wheel you can find on Rocky Mountain ATV.
But then your machine won't look so aggressive, and it's all about how things look, isn't it?
 

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scoundrel are the bighorns tyres crap? just that I have a set of duros that look the same tread and have not tried them out yet.were I mainly ride its rockey spinafix ground and beach.
 

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Maxxis BigHorn is widely recognized as the best all-around tire, the one you want when you ride various different terrain types and don't want to have specialized tires for each.

Duro has a set of knock-offs that look very similar to the Bighorn, and some people has said they work OK.
But then again some people get by on the stock Carlisles, too.
 
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