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Have you been waiting for just the right time to order a set of custom wheels for your RZR? Is the significant other wondering what to get you that will bring a smile to your face on Christmas morning? Well now's the time and here's an idea! We are having a sale for RZRforums.net registered users on our 12" and 14" custom wheels until December 24. All wheels are now 15% off so if you're looking for a wheel you can design yourself, has a 1,000 lb load rating and a lifetime warranty and a heck of a deal, then give us a call at 888.848.8024 or send an e-mail to [email protected] and we'll get you hooked up!

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Do you offer the Octane 14" in 6" and 8" widths?
 

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Do you offer the Octane 14" in 6" and 8" widths?
Yes we do. All of our wheels are available in both 6 and 8 inch widths. The 6" is a 3+3 offset. The 8" is a 5+3.
Ok, thanks.
When I try to put together a set online it only shows the 6" width.
Maybe you could PM me a price.
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what are the reccomended wheel widths for an XP900 2012?
Stock width is 6" (4+2) fronts and 8" (6+2) rears. Our wheels are 6" (3+3) and 8" (5+3) so you will gain a little under 1" per side.
I am sorry, offsets sort of confuse me a bit. So by gaining 1" do you mean it will stick out a little more or get sucked under the machine a little more?
 

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what are the reccomended wheel widths for an XP900 2012?
Stock width is 6" (4+2) fronts and 8" (6+2) rears. Our wheels are 6" (3+3) and 8" (5+3) so you will gain a little under 1" per side.
I am sorry, offsets sort of confuse me a bit. So by gaining 1" do you mean it will stick out a little more or get sucked under the machine a little more?
It will stick out a little more....1" per side.
 
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