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    After Market Wheels and Tires

    Greetings,
    Purchased a 2018 Wolverine side x side last year at an auto auction so wife and I can go moose hunting and not pack meat. Wheels are dinged to point where tires loose air. Want to buy new stock wheels 12x6.0AT 5+2(?) 4x110 front and 12x7.5AT 4+3(?) 4x110 rear but am learning that after market wheels aint the same. Don't want to pay $130 each for OEM basic steel rims. I see after market rims vendor says will be exact fit for ~$40. Will I need to use 1" spacers with after market rims? I don't want to need to beef up the clutch, so want to use stock size tires and wheels? Also plan on purchasing new tires. Terrain where we plan to hunt is a lot of hard pan rocky trails and wet soft muskeg. Any suggestions folks?

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    1.5" spacers in the rear if you run the same size wheels all around.
    2019 X2 R-Spec SE
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    Welcome. The X2 didn't come out until 2019. is yours the 2-seater Gen 1 or the 4-seater X4 model? There are a ton of threads here on aftermarket wheels and how the offset is different than stock. That's where the 1.5" spacers for the rear can be added to make the rear width more closely match the front. But you don't have to do that unless you just want the look.

    I have not changed my stock wheels so won't start answering further.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul65 View Post
    But you don't have to do that unless you just want the look.
    It has nothing to do with the look. Its so all 4 wheel track the same.
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    2019 X2 R-Spec SE
    29x9.5-15 Carnivores
    15" MSA M33 Clutch Wheel 4+3
    1.5" Rear Spacers
    Hunterworks Sheave
    Weller Tune
    NGK Laser Iridium spark plugs
    Eibach 2" Lift
    Amsoil Synthetic Oils
    Charcoal Canister Delete
    Front & Rear Sway Bar Delete
    Shoulder Bolster Delete
    KFI SE35 Winch
    KFI 66" Plow
    2019 X2 Manual

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