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HEY OUTLANDISH...WHATS THE BOLT PATTERN FOR THE OUTTY(400) AND OFFSETS AND ALL THAT GOOD STUFF...GONNA BE PICKIN UP SOME WHEELS SOON......I THOUGHT I READ THAT THEY ARE 4/110...BUT THEN I READ THAT THEY ARE 4/137...I SEEM TO HAVE MISPLACED MY MANUAL SO I HAVE NO CLUE WHICH IT IS!... AND WHATS THE DEAL WITH HOW THE OFFSETS WORK...+2+5 ALL THAT CRAP HOW DO YA READ IT!?!?!?! THANX IN ADVANCE!

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The bolt pattern on the Outlander is 4-137.

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Wheels aredescribed withnumbers such as 12x7, 4+3, 4-137
What does all of this mean?
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The first set of numbers is the wheel's size. 12x7 = 12 is the outside diameter of wheel x 7 isthe width of wheel.
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The second set of numbers is the wheel's offset. 4+3 = 4" from the mounting surface to the inside of the wheel when it is mounted to the ATV and 3" from the mounting surface to the outside of the wheel.
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The third set of numbers is the number of bolts and the bolt circle diameter. 4-137 = 4 bolts on a 137mm bolt circle.
What is a bolt circle? If you drew a 137mm circle on the wheel and drilled four holes equaly spaced on that circle, you would have 4 holes on a 137mm bolt circle. When measuring the bolt circle on a machine with 4 bolts, measure from the center of the one bolt to the center of another bolt. Be sure to measure two bolts that are 180 degrees from each other
The aftermarket ITP Outlander wheels are 12X7 /4+3 / 4-137. Everyone orders this size which isa front wheel sizefor all 4 wheels. If you order rear wheels (I think they are 3+4) you will be way too wide in the rear.

Also the C Series 4 and the steel wheels do not have center caps to fit the Outty. I do believe the Series 5 and 6 do.

Hope that makes sense to you
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THANX ALOT OUTLANDISH....EVERYTHING JUST CAME TOGETHER. I APPRECIATE YOUR HELP!:thumb2:

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No problem. I just ordered some C Series Type 5's today for the 800. Probably going to mount the MSTs on them
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outlandish wrote:
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The bolt pattern on the Outlander is 4-137.

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Wheels aredescribed withnumbers such as 12x7, 4+3, 4-137
What does all of this mean?
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The first set of numbers is the wheel's size. 12x7 = 12 is the outside diameter of wheel x 7 isthe width of wheel.
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The second set of numbers is the wheel's offset. 4+3 = 4" from the mounting surface to the inside of the wheel when it is mounted to the ATV and 3" from the mounting surface to the outside of the wheel.
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The third set of numbers is the number of bolts and the bolt circle diameter. 4-137 = 4 bolts on a 137mm bolt circle.
What is a bolt circle? If you drew a 137mm circle on the wheel and drilled four holes equaly spaced on that circle, you would have 4 holes on a 137mm bolt circle. When measuring the bolt circle on a machine with 4 bolts, measure from the center of the one bolt to the center of another bolt. Be sure to measure two bolts that are 180 degrees from each other
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The aftermarket ITP Outlander wheels are 12X7 /4+3 / 4-137. Everyone orders this size which isa front wheel sizefor all 4 wheels. If you order rear wheels (I think they are 3+4) you will be way too wide in the rear.

Also the C Series 4 and the steel wheels do not have center caps to fit the Outty. I do believe the Series 5 and 6 do.

Hope that makes sense to you
Ok,

I'd like to change stock (quite good!) XT ACT tirest to ACT X'LR.

New front tire is 9" wide vs. 8"for stock tire. There is very small clearens between the tire and tie rods now, so changing the tire size from 8" to 9" I should change the wheel offset not to destroy the tires while hard cornering.

I decided to go with ITP DELTA STEEL wheels.

Delta Steel
Front
12x7
4/137
4+3
Black Steel
D12F537*
1225573014

Delta Steel
Rear
12x7
4/137
4+3
Black Steel
D12F537*
1225573014


are 4+3 wheels fine for my setup and will give enough headroom in the front?

Should I really use the same offset for front and rear wheels?
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For this tires sizes, yes. For front 8' leave stock rims. I'm talking about 26' dimension.
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What is the stock offset for a 2006?

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For this tires sizes, yes. For front 8' leave stock rims. I'm talking about 26' dimension.
Stock tires are 26" and new ACT X/LR will be 26". The only difference is how wire the tires are: 8" vs. 9" for front tire and 10" vs. 11" for rear tire.
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You will be fine with the Delta wheels. I have some 10" wide tires on them right now with no problems
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SoI just orderd some ss 106's with 29 laws from Yaskey and they said I should use 5/2 offset?! Will this work, what is stock offset on the 07 800?
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