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Rohr84

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I just bought 28/10/14 qbt 846 and mounted on stock deluxe rims not happy with how the back tires look on the wider rim my question is what size rims will I need to get to make tracking as close to stock as possible without the wheel spacers in the rear thanks prefer same size wheel for rotating tires
 
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I'm not sure I understand what you're asking.

If your goal is the have the front and rear tires in the same track AND be able to rotate the tires to any of the 4 corners you have 1 option.

Buy 5+2 offset rims and put 1 inch spacers on the rear.

You cant put the factory rear wheels on the front of the machine. You could buy another set of factory front wheels for the back but you will still need spacers.
 

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I'm not sure I understand what you're asking.

If your goal is the have the front and rear tires in the same track AND be able to rotate the tires to any of the 4 corners you have 1 option.

Buy 5+2 offset rims and put 1 inch spacers on the rear.

You cant put the factory rear wheels on the front of the machine. You could buy another set of factory front wheels for the back but you will still need spacers.
Thanks
 

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I'm not sure I understand what you're asking.

If your goal is the have the front and rear tires in the same track AND be able to rotate the tires to any of the 4 corners you have 1 option.

Buy 5+2 offset rims and put 1 inch spacers on the rear.

You cant put the factory rear wheels on the front of the machine. You could buy another set of factory front wheels for the back but you will still need spacers.
what offset would I need for proper tracking and would 7 wide rim be ok not to worried bout rotating tires 5+2 front 4+3 rear?
 

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what offset would I need for proper tracking and would 7 wide rim be ok not to worried bout rotating tires 5+2 front 4+3 rear?
Buy 5+2 offset rims and put 1 inch spacers on the rear. This is the best option.
I'm with todd. Just get the spacers. Using different offset is just a cluster f***. You may not care about rotating but at some point you may need to move them around and your life will be a lot easier.
 

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I'm with todd. Just get the spacers. Using different offset is just a cluster f***. You may not care about rotating but at some point you may need to move them around and your life will be a lot easier.
Any downfall of wheel spacers is easily offset by having 5 matching wheels and no fears of having a spare tire that fits. The spacer also looks good with the track width the same front and rear
 
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5+2 front wheel will increase your front width to 66” from factory 63”. That why you need rear spacers.
 
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