This is a discussion on Wheels fit? within the Grizzly Tire & Wheel Combos forums, part of the Grizzly Forums category; Hey, I currently have a 2000 grizzly 600. One of my wheels got bent and was looking for some others. I found someone who has ...
Hey, I currently have a 2000 grizzly 600. One of my wheels got bent and was looking for some others. I found someone who has a set of 4 wheels off of a 2006 grizzly600 . The wheels and tire size seems to be the exact same but didn't know if they did something different in the 6 years that would make them not fit?
I am going to go pick them up tomorrow and take a wheel with me but if people think it will not work then im not gonna drive the miles to get them.
Yamaha, Honda, Susuki and some Kawas all have 4X110 bolt pattern. The offset in the rims is the difference. I never had stock rims as I always get rid of them and the tires before I'll ride an atv. Unless someone chimes in and tells you they will fit or not- you have to bring two tires with you, one front and one rear. Fronts fit a lot of machines, rears don't.
I planned on bringing the front and rear tire. What is the offset you are talking about?
And honestly even if the rears don't fit, I'm not real picky and will just change the front two since the front left is the only one bent.
So pretty much the fronts will fit and back ones have no chance :X
That would be my guess. Even if the rears would bolt on without rubbing something, they'll probably be tucked way in under the fenders and look bad because of the offset. I would guess that the back tires would rub the muffler.
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The front should work, but lets say you IRS suspension bike offset is 5 in 3 out on the rear the strait axle wheel would be opposite 3 in 5 out because the suspension is different.
Originally Posted by CRAIGGRIZZ700
Unless you run a large spacer in the rear 2" or 2.5"
Think both you guys are right on. The wheels and tires were in my Grizz when I bought it. Thinks the wheels were intended for a IRS model.
The R/R was just rubbing the exhaust and the rear wheels were pretty tucked.
I had good clearance all the way around in the front as you can see. I bought 1.75'' for $40 on ebay for the rear only.
Below are the pics of before and after of the rear and how the front looked as is. Keep in mind I'm running 26''x12''x12'' tires.
If you buy spacers be smart. These are the ones I got. Pretty solid design I think.
98' Grizzly 600 bored to 636
Mud Lite 26x12x12 F/R
2k lb Super winch
Ox Lite CV Guards
Work in progress Want:
To snorkel my Grizz Need:
More garage time
A cloning machine
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Thanks for the quick responses. I didn't go and get them due to them being so far in. I called the yamaha dealer and they had a spare rim that fits right so I will just go pick that one up when i get time. Again thanks for the responses!
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