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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-16-2018, 11:45 PM Thread Starter
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22x11x10 extreme or haulers

Does anyone run a 22x11x10 ... 8 or 9 paddles
on a stock swing arm set up? If so does it run any or what's the pros and cons??
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Give us a little more insight. Where are you riding, what is your estimated hp and mods?

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IMO get rid of the 10" and go 8". I run a 22x11x8 8 paddle extreme 72+ RO on a 70hp Raptor with a stock swinger.
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IMO get rid of the 10" and go 8". I run a 22x11x8 8 paddle extreme 72+ RO on a 70hp Raptor with a stock swinger.

I've been thinking of going 8"s I'm about 60-63hp with a stock swinger.. you dont have no rubbing issues or nothing?
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IMO get rid of the 10" and go 8". I run a 22x11x8 8 paddle extreme 72+ RO on a 70hp Raptor with a stock swinger.

I've been thinking of going 8"s I'm about 60-63hp with a stock swinger.. you dont have no rubbing issues or nothing?
No issues at all.
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IMO get rid of the 10" and go 8". I run a 22x11x8 8 paddle extreme 72+ RO on a 70hp Raptor with a stock swinger.

I've been thinking of going 8"s I'm about 60-63hp with a stock swinger.. you dont have no rubbing issues or nothing?
No issues at all.[/QUOTE



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Only pic I have of them on the bike sorry crappy angle. Bead to bead smooth buff.
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Only pic I have of them on the bike sorry crappy angle. Bead to bead smooth buff.

That looks nice!! Man I'm sold. Now I need to find a buyer for my current set. Haha
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Only pic I have of them on the bike sorry crappy angle. Bead to bead smooth buff.
Hey do you still heel guards if so which ones??
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Only pic I have of them on the bike sorry crappy angle. Bead to bead smooth buff.
Hey do you still heel guards if so which ones??
Have the oem plastic ones on that bike and the gytr on the other. They still have a gap so no worries on fitment.
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