Guests - If You want access to member only forums on HSO. You will gain access only when you sign-in or Sign-Up on HotSpotOutdoors.

It's easy - LOOK UPPER right menu.

Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
DRH1175

New Atv rims

10 posts in this topic

Looking for rims and tires. Is there any advantage to Aluminum rims other than looks? Arn't the steel ones tougher. I have a Green Honda Foreman and am looking for some 12" rims. I want something black. was just thinking about he ITP Delta Steel in Black. Good choice or not?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Go with any aluminum wheels from ITP in their SS Series (ss106,ss108,ss112,ss212), lifetime warranty, if you break it they'll replace it. Aluminum wheels are going to help save on weight as well.

Here is a 12" Black ITP SS108 with a 26" Maxxis Big Horn tire.

P1010558.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Aluminum save on weight and look good.They are usually more spendy than steel. If your not going with to big of a tire and don't want to rob to much power, steel will do fine.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks, What is everyones favorite all around tire. I don't need a super aggressive mud tire I don't think prime use will be hunting and fishing. But would want something with better bite than stock. What is everyones favorite.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Fishy what model rims are those? I like the looks of them. Not too flashy for a hunting quad but looks real good at the same time!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Above the picture it says they're a SS108 made by ITP.

How are those Bighorns in snow? Anybody see the new Bighorns yet?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Fishy what model rims are those? I like the looks of them. Not too flashy for a hunting quad but looks real good at the same time!

12" Black ITP SS108 with a 26" Maxxis Big Horn tire

Big Horns work just fine in the snow, run with 2-3 lbs in the tires.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Kenda Bearclaws, and ITP 589's are good all around tires.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The 589's are nice tires, especially in the mud and snow, but a bit rough riding on dry ground. I really like Mudlite XTR's. Lots of traction, but a center rib for a smoother ride.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0



  • Posts

    • Branson is sort of in a transition, since they weren't going to survive catering to a population that's mostly dead now.   I've heard it's getting more interesting for people under the age of 75.     I grew up about 45 minutes from there.   We used to cruise through there on Friday nights and chat up bored out of their mind girls on vacation with grandma and grandpa.     The surrounding area is beautiful, once you get off the highway and away from the billion billboards.
    •   http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2017/03/22/house-intel-chair-trump-transition-officials-monitored-incidentally/99501654/
    • Does anyone have any good ideas, memories, experiences with any hunting trips that they would like to share?  My dad is turning 60 in a year and a half and I would really like to plan a once in a life trip that I can buy him.  That being said, I can not spend 20 grand on a 2 man moose hunt in Alaska and that is being generous on the cost of that one, more like 30 plus.   Looking for a moose, caribou like trip.  He has shot a big muley in the past and an elk, so that may not be top on his list anymore.   Just looking for ideas.  Thanks much.
    • Just for fun I created a group for HSO on http://www.pickemhockey.com/bracket/index.php Group Name: HSOHockey2017
      Password: HOCKEY2017
    • Have not been around here much but always enjoy the "Turkey Talk" Count me in. Hunting Minnesota and Wisconsin. Archery for both.  
    • I put my feeders out 1st of May usually. Such a neat bird. We usually only have a few so they are territorial here. Fun to watch one guard a feeder and then zip down when another one comes. Maybe they get along in bigger numbers?   Up north at daughters inlaws on a lake the neighbors have 4 feeders under a big pine and usually a bunch of hummers. Saw about 15 one time and they got along fine. Pretty neat. 
    •   So that's the evidence you have about illegal wiretaps that apparently nobody else has besides Trump?  That Obama's a bad (or sick) guy?   Try harder.   
    • Yup, everytime i call you or del out to put up the truth about your own bodies, you dodge. Wouldn't that be the ultimate proof that your way of addressing personal health and wellness is more effective in preventing and healing?  I think you guys have an idea from what you've been told and not what you bring yourself to learn and you never put anything to use so, who are you really to share your opinion? A couple of blowhards, thats who.
    • What crankbaits do you like for the 7-9ft range?   Looking for something that casts/have action like a DT-10, but doesn't run quite as deep. I have some SK series 4, but they have the wider wobble which sometimes I don't want. The SK series 3's just don't cast that far, especially in a wind. Same with some others, they always seem to be smaller in this range.   Thanks. 
  • Our Sponsors