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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-06-2008, 07:38 PM Thread Starter
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I have been thinking about putting stock rear steel rims on the front of my rhino. So I can run the same size tire all the way around. And that way I only need to buy 2 new or used stock rims. I know I can put the rims up there. What my question is will that make the front end wider then the rear or will they be the same or will the front be narrower?

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I have been thinking about putting stock rear steel rims on the front of my rhino. So I can run the same size tire all the way around. And that way I only need to buy 2 new or used stock rims. I know I can put the rims up there. What my question is will that make the front end wider then the rear or will they be the same or will the front be narrower?

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Since you have spacers they should be OK, the stock rears are 7" wide and the fronts are 6" wide, you should come out the same as I believe the rears are inset some more, put one on and measure to be sure.


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The way I read this you are talking about your track width.....If I'm not mistaken the rear is already a little narrower than the front. SoYES if you run the wider wheel/tire up front it will make your front end wider than the rear.



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