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05-06-2010 07:18 AM
rrawtry
Re: Revolt Front rims

Zaniac,
Why don't you just get another ITP wheel? Seems an awful lot of work expended without much results on the stock?
05-06-2010 06:43 AM
zaniac
Re: Revolt Front rims

ANYONE?
05-02-2010 02:10 PM
rrawtry
Re: Revolt Front rims

The offsets are the hard parts, but I've always run wheel spacers on the rear only to give a little extra wiggle room.
05-02-2010 12:23 PM
Bear Foot
Re: Revolt Front rims

Some RZR wheels will.



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05-02-2010 11:38 AM
zaniac
Re: Revolt Front rims

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Originally Posted by Red Rock Rails View Post
OMF uses the Douglas Red Label as a base to create their beadlock and reinforced setups. They also make beadlocks out of other manufacturer cast wheels too. I have seen anodized lug nut adapters so you can use a tapered lug on a flat lug wheel. For around $20 bucks though, you can have a full set of flat faced lugs.

Chris are you just looking for some good used ones?

Ronny when you got you Riot and said you had Red labels I found that interesting too. Redline actually has them listed as a wheel that they sell through the parts system.
Yes, a set of good used ones is perfect. Mine has itp ss wheels on the front. I just want a full set of the same wheels.
BTW is there any other oem atv wheels that have the same offset and sizes as the Revolt?
05-02-2010 11:31 AM
Red Rock Powersports
Re: Revolt Front rims

OMF uses the Douglas Red Label as a base to create their beadlock and reinforced setups. They also make beadlocks out of other manufacturer cast wheels too. I have seen anodized lug nut adapters so you can use a tapered lug on a flat lug wheel. For around $20 bucks though, you can have a full set of flat faced lugs.

Chris are you just looking for some good used ones?

Ronny when you got you Riot and said you had Red labels I found that interesting too. Redline actually has them listed as a wheel that they sell through the parts system.
05-02-2010 10:20 AM
rrawtry
Re: Revolt Front rims

Interesting. My Riot came with Douglas red labels and flat nuts. I've dinges up and have a few bends on my ITP T7 beadlocks and will be moving to OMF soon.
05-02-2010 10:14 AM
Bear Foot
Re: Revolt Front rims

The factory wheels use a cone nut and the OMF wheels use a flat nut.



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05-02-2010 10:07 AM
rrawtry
Re: Revolt Front rims

Bearfoot,
Not to be thread hijacking, but do OMF have centering countersinks for the lug nuts? or do they use the stock flat bottom lug nut?

BEAR!
05-02-2010 09:49 AM
Bear Foot
Re: Revolt Front rims

After bending all but one stock wheel, I replaced them with OMF wheels.
The factor wheels are made by Maxxis. They're very light weight, and that's good. But they're a bit soft, and that's bad.

Someone should have a straight set, laying around.... Anyone?



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