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I searched but couldn't find anything concrete on this. Does anyone know if they'll fit, they look to have almost the same back spacing?
 

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They should have more offset making your bike wider. I am running ITP SS112 rims designed for the RZR (3+5 offset) and they bolt on fine.
 

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I researched more and found that the RZR 1000 uses wheels with a larger lug nut hole than other rzr's so unless they make some adapters or custom lug nuts then it's not a good idea. Maybe I can find a solution to run them?
 

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I think they are like 10" wide tho no?
 

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I researched more and found that the RZR 1000 uses wheels with a larger lug nut hole than other rzr's so unless they make some adapters or custom lug nuts then it's not a good idea. Maybe I can find a solution to run them?
If that is the only issue, you could probably redrill your hubs for the 12mm studs, or as you said, find an adapter, which would probably space them out another 1" on each side.
 

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ehh, by the time I do all that I'd rather get one that fits. I found a good deal on some takeoff's locally but the "good deal" isn't worth the extra time or money to make them fit
 

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^ you can see if he will let you test fit them. i think the front wheels are 8 wide and the rears are 10. but i may be wrong.
 

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I would but even if they did fit width wise, I'd still have to address the lug size and honestly, to me, it isn't worth the effort. I'll just wait until I come across a set that will bolt straight on.
 
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