What rims are these?

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  1. RMHRC

    RMHRC Member

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    I saw these on Dax kings Instagram.

    These rims look alloy and slightly wider.
    Anyone know what they are?

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  3. NathanT

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  4. RMHRC

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  5. NathanT

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    Yes a little wider. Original steel rims are 2.5"x10" and the aluminum rims from Trail Buddy are 2.75"x10". I'm thinking about getting some to replace the rusty wheels on my 1971. After I do a bunch of other more important stuff first.
     
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  6. RMHRC

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    Another pic

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  7. dirtbkr188

    dirtbkr188 Active Member

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    They may be 3.50-10 like THESE
     
  8. RMHRC

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    cjpayne Well-Known Member

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    Those rims look really cool.
     
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    OLD CT Well-Known Member

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    You would want to know for sure if the 3.50 will clear everything because spending :confused:300:eek: plus shipping on 2 rim sets isn't cool at all, if they rub. :LOL:2.75's at $80 a set isn't that bad, if they ever come off backorder.
     
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  11. RMHRC

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    True

    from my research I’m certain 3.5 fit stock
     
  12. Old Guy Too Many Bikes

    Old Guy Too Many Bikes Active Member

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    I run wider rims on my CT70 with 120/90-10 tires and the chain slightly rubs the sidewall of the tire.( the thick part on the edge of the tread). I had to take a grinder to it, however it still has left plenty of sidewall thickness in that area.
     

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