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Wanted P700 tires/wheels - in new condition

I'm debating getting all new aftermarket wheels / tires for my P500 but would consider going with the p700 oem's if the price is right. The wanted section has many options for $300 but I'd rather go aftermarket at that price range. I'm thinking around $200-240 total. I'm in the zip codes 85018 residential; 85281 Business.
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I might be willing to go higher in price. I just picked up the P5 today & the stock tires look small. Max price raised to $270.
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Glad you got the 500. I will be getting their first Yamaha Wolverine soon and the new Honda single cylinder sport model later this year.


You will like the larger 700 tires, the wheels are the same on the 500 and 700.
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Shipping would probably be pretty high on those.
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I bought two front pioneer 700 rims from someone it was over $60 just to ship and that was only 5 hours away. Just two rims. I'm going to run four front rims on all four with 27x9x12 tires.




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Seems that would look a little odd.
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After I finalized the paperwork on the purchased, XXXX told me about a sport model coming from Honda. That unit will be my next purchase! Maybe I am having buyers remorse . . hmmm.
I am curious on your take on the Wolverine. Looks like a good blend between work & play.

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Glad you got the 500. I will be getting their first Yamaha Wolverine soon and the new Honda single cylinder sport model later this year.


You will like the larger 700 tires, the wheels are the same on the 500 and 700.

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Seems that would look a little odd.
It just looks a little different from behind. Doing this i can rotate my tires. If rides a lot better. It's like having power steering in 4wd diff lock it turns like it's in 2wd in 2wd it's like a car. I lose a little grip but thats it. All the pluses outweigh the one minus. The rear rims are 7.5" wide which is just backspacing the tire on the 6" wide rims sits in the same place and the width of the pioneer is the same. Having skinny back tires doesn't make the rear narrower. It's all the same besides that 1.5" of backspacing. If you tried running all 9" wide you would see how much better it is for steering and ride and to be able to rotate. I did it already and took it on a few rides i love it.




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9" wide rear on front 12x6 rims.




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After I finalized the paperwork on the purchased, a sport model coming from Honda. That unit will be my next purchase! Maybe I am having buyers remorse . . hmmm.
I am curious on your take on the Wolverine. Looks like a good blend between work & play.
Do tell about a Sport Model Pioneer.

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