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Interchanging UTV rims with Wheel Spacers

Just purchased a Teryx and was wondering if anyone has herd of wheel spacers to mount other UTV bolt pattern rims. I have a 2004 Rhino that I have custom rims and tires and I would like to use on the new Teryx when I sale the Rhino.
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Yes they do have billet spacers to go from Teryx bolt pattern to Rhino bolt pattern

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Good news

That is great news - save some coin!!!! Now I can buy some TeryxHQ swag.
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What wheels do you have on the Rhino now?




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The Rhino rims are an older set of ITP polished. Looks like that is a good deal for 199.
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I would be careful with the spacers on ebay, not becuase of quality but because of size. 2" on the rear would be fine but 2" on the front may be too much affecting your steering and making harder on your components. I personally would not go larger than 1.5" spacers on the front.

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