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Yeah, Hondapartsworld got their first shipment of them in on Friday. They have pictures on their website too.
 

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What's the deal on these things? It says for the Rincon, you need to use their front wheel all the way around. That can't be a good thing.
 

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The same thing applies to the Grizzly. It uses a "front-wheel" offset wheel on all corners. In fact, it uses the exact same wheel as the Rincon. That's how the regular C-Series are and also how my Maxxis MaxLites.

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By putting the c series on your rincon, your bike will be 8 inches wider....... The tires stick out much more...... It kinda sucks, because it limits me to wider trails than I like to ride.....
 

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With the 26-12-12's on the back... They add 4 inches each side... I have pics to prove it! Just cant post them here.....:(
 

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Nope. I've got C-series and 26X12X12 on all four corners and it is only 2" per side. That's 4" total. 2+2=4
 

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Than I have the wrong rims... Cause mine stick out 4 inches from the farthest part of the fender... And the sockers sit inside.../
 

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I've heard that there are two offsets available in 4x110 (the Rincon and Grizzly bolt pattern) and that one is VERY offset. So it could be those are the ones you got.

I'd talk to the dealer about it because they sold you the wrong wheels.

Rob
 

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Quick question for crimson 650- How does that work with 26-12-12's on all four corners? I noticed that if I put 26-12-10's on the front that they are only AT's and the lugs would be noticeably smaller. Do 12 inchers all the way around make it hard to maneuver?
 

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Yes it is a little harder to handle. But I like it that way. The Rincon in stock form was cool but all my mods made it bad. When the 26's wear out, I'll be going to 28's.
 

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This question is not intended to be contentious, but why would anyone put ITP wheels on their Rincon? The Rincon uses different wheels front and back, with different off-sets. To use ITP you have to use the same wheel front and back, completely altering the stock geometry. ITP should address this and make a front and rear wheel, since the Rincon and Grizzly use the same setup and are the most popular Sport utility quads.
 

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Rob,

I went to the dealer... And yes... I have incorrect rims on front and back...... They are going to order me a set of new rims and tires for the inconvience.... and I am going to see if the old rims and tires fit the rancher....... Sucks... But at least its fixed... or will be soon......
 

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Crimson,

I have seen the pics on the ITP site, and I've seen black steel ones on a Rincon, but no, I haven't seen the series C in person. I'm not doubting that they look great.
 
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