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I am going to pull my wheels off the RZR and see if they fit my Pioneer just for kicks. I see these OEM sets for sale from time to time and want to know what they would look like. I will post pictures after I do it.
 

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Pioneer is 4/110 rzr is 4/156 pattern if I recall correctly.
 

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You can swap them if you get a wheel adapter kit from super atv. I have the 1 inch wide version that I used to mount polaris LE wheels on my pioneer. I already had the extra set of tires and wheels so spending around $100 for the adapters was a bargain rather than buying all new wheels.
 

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Is it really worth it to get the extra wheel adapter kit though. What is the benefit of these wheels over what comes stock with the Pioneer? Seems like a waste to me given the difficulty.
 

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The aluminum wheels are lighter and look better. The tires I had mounted on them are 8 ply radials that are much better then the stock tires and are also taller and wider so they give me more ground clearance and better traction. Stock tires on almost any UTV can be improved upon.
 

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You can swap them if you get a wheel adapter kit from super atv. I have the 1 inch wide version that I used to mount polaris LE wheels on my pioneer. I already had the extra set of tires and wheels so spending around $100 for the adapters was a bargain rather than buying all new wheels.
Got any more pics of your pioneer sitting on those HTR's?
 
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