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My plan is to run Rincon 12x7.5 (IRS offset) rear wheels on the front of my Honda Foreman 450s, and Rubicon 12x7.5 (SA offset) rear wheels on the rear. Does anyone see any issues with this? So far the stud length is the only thing I have noticed. 32mm on the foreman and 37mm on the Rubicon and Rincon.
 

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I've done it on a 300 with 26x9 Mud Lite XL's up front and 26x12's on the rear.


You'll have to mount a front tire and mock it up to make sure it's not going to rub anywhere.
 

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Did you have to change the wheel studs or lugs? Any pros or cons to the change? I'm looking to save a little weight and give it a little fresher look. A disc brake kit would be great too, but I think the kit comes with special studs that are too short to mount the aluminum wheels.
 

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Should be fine. I've ran Rincon rims on 350 Ranchers, 300 Honda's, 700 Rhino's and maybe others? Never had an issue with stud length.
 

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What Mac said.


I have Rubicon wheels on most of my rigs, and Rincon wheels on the wife's 420AT.


The Rincons and Rubicons DID come with longer studs, but the wheels fit fine on bikes with shorter studs.
 
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