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I didn't find the stock rim offsets listed online when I was looking for new tires and rims. So I measured my rims and tires to give a reference to those wondering how new tire and rims will affect width.

The stock front rim is a 12x6 and the offset is 4.75 + 1.25 as measured from the axle hub face. The stock tire is a 25x8-12 and actual measurements are a 7.75 width and diameter runs a true 25.

The stock rear rim is a 12x7.5 and the offset is 5.75 + 1.75 as measured from the axle hub face. The stock tire is a 25x10-12 and actual measurements are a 11.5 width and a diameter is a true 25.

I was thinking we might want to start a "sticky" thread where this could be posted along with the rims and tires that members have installed. Might save a lot of searching for those looking to change wheels or tires.

For my wheel/tire upgrade I copied Colorado and got:

Tires: GBC Kanati Mongrel Radial ATV Tire 26x10-12
Rims: STI HD1 Alloy Wheel 12x7 5.0 + 2.0 Machined

And they ride and look great - Dan
 

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Pictures are needed, or it didn't happen!
 

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How wide did the wheels and tires make the pioneer front end?
 

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I haven't measured mine........but Colorado has the exact same set up and posted that his was 65" with the change.
 

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But I will add that given the measurements I got from my stock rims, the center of the front rim/tire would be 1.75" inside and the center of the rear rim/tire should be 2.0" inside. I never got actual measurements on my new rims but the math would indicate the new 5+2s would all be 1.5" inside. Thus the new rims "should" push the front out 0.25" and the rear 0.5". And with tires being 2 inches wider in the front, "in theory" my rig should be 2.5 inches wider in front and 1.0 inches wider in the rear.

But all that being said......what I'd take away from my measuring is that by going to rims that are the same on front and rear you are only changing the front to back width difference by a half inch on just the rims.........and if you want to keep width difference the same you should go with tires that have the same differential as stock which is rear being 2 inches wider.
 
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