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Has anyone replaced the OEM tires with 25 or 26 inch? I know the front rim has 4+3 offset so you should be able to fit a 9 inch tire on And clear the tire rod The back tire I believe is a 10 inch rim not sure if you could put a bigger Rim and tire on due to the bolt pattern. Been looking through the reads no luck. Thank you
 

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The front is not a 4-3 offset. It is 5-1 so a 9" wide tire won't fit without spacers or aftermarket wheels but it does have the more common 4/156mm bolt pattern. The rear is a 10" with a 4/4" bolt pattern. The front wheel is 12" while the rear is 10" which limits your tire options. If you want to go to a 12" wheel on the rear there are a couple options. You can get a set of hubs from a 2004 Predator then add a 2.5" spacer and newer wheels. Second is to make or buy the adapters for the rear and get a set of newer wheels. Lastly I think you can still get a set of 12" wheels with the 4/4 bolt pattern from Delta.

I made the adapters for my MOSE unit because I know a machinist who was bored, and put on 12" wheels. I did go to a 25" tall tire, but I wouldn't go more than that. First, I am not sure they will fit under the machine and second, it's only a 325cc machine. So I didn't want to add the extra weight.

I picked up a set of Sedona Coyote tires that come in 25x8 and 25x10 sizes. There are other brands that would work too a suppose but the Coyote was cheap enough and the tread is suited to my needs for this machine.
 

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Yes, they would fit if you get the 12" rear wheels. Width will not be a problem.
 

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I still have my original oem tires. 2001 magnum ‘325 4x4. There in great shape. Just preparing. If they fail
 

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Sorry to Jump in but,will they fit on my 2006 Magnum 330 4 X 4 ??? That is a good Price
I think they would fit, but you need to look at the tires that are on your machine. The size will be embossed in the sidewall. The first number is the height, followed by the width and the last number is the rim size. I don't know if you already have a 12 inch rear wheel with the 4/156 bolt pattern or not.

The brand is a cheap knock of of the original design so the tread depth might not be as good as the more expensive version. It does say they are 6ply so an upgrade from the OEM tires
 

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Yep, right bolt pattern. Not sure about the offset though. 2-5 seems like it would be correct though. You need a deep dish wheel so the center of the wheel should be closer to the inside of the wheel. I can't imagine they would make a wheel with the right bolt pattern with the wrong offset.
 
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