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01-19-2010, 02:08 PM
King Quad wheels on Grizzly?

Does anyone know if '09 King Quad 750 wheels will fit a '09 700 Grizzly? I know they are 4/110, I'm more concerned with the offset and clearing the discs/ guards...
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I put my 08 Grizz wheels on a 06 700 KQ and it worked fine.
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Rears will not fit without a spacer, King wheels are not offset enough to clear on the Grizz.
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I dont know why you would want to anyway? That would be like putting Ford wheels on a Chevy, against anyone's religion LOL ;)
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I dont know why you would want to anyway? That would be like putting Ford wheels on a Chevy, against anyone's religion LOL ;)
Well, I'm located in Germany, and stock Grizzly wheels are almost impossible to find. I want a second set of wheels with different tires on it, and there was a set of stock King Quad wheels on ebay.....
I thought about just getting a set of ITP's, but read on here somewhere that they will widen my trackwith about two inches or so. That's basically great for stability I guess, but my Griz fits exactly in my van with about 1/3rd of an inch to spare (between the wheel wells), sooo a wider track is something i definately don't want.
I even thought about getting some stock wheels from the US, but shipping is pretty expensive (about 180 with USPS), so that doesn't make too much sense either. We'll see. I'll make my annual trip to Maine to visit friends in late summer, and maybe I'll try to bring back a set then....
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Well, I'm located in Germany, and stock Grizzly wheels are almost impossible to find. I want a second set of wheels with different tires on it, and there was a set of stock King Quad wheels on ebay.....
I thought about just getting a set of ITP's, but read on here somewhere that they will widen my trackwith about two inches or so. That's basically great for stability I guess, but my Griz fits exactly in my van with about 1/3rd of an inch to spare (between the wheel wells), sooo a wider track is something i definately don't want.
I even thought about getting some stock wheels from the US, but shipping is pretty expensive (about 180 with USPS), so that doesn't make too much sense either. We'll see. I'll make my annual trip to Maine to visit friends in late summer, and maybe I'll try to bring back a set then....
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grizz stock wheels

Just saw some Grizz wheels on ebay. Check again wish I had the item number but I don't.
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Yeah, I saw a set on ebay.com. 200 for the wheels, 185 for shipping them to Germany. Ouch. Plus I would have to pay 10% duty on the 385 plus another 19% sales tax on top of that. Would make for a rather expensive set of stock wheels. I can get ss212 for about 100 a piece locally. If they were'nt so damn wide....
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