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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 11-10-2007, 01:10 AM
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Just got a set of 21x12x8 6 cup comp cut Brats 66 roll out with 8x8 blue label black powder coat wheels. They weigh lbs. Oz.[/b]
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Anybody have a weight on ITP Bajas?
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kenda klaw 20x6x10 with 4-1 non beadlock front hipers 14pounds a set
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21x12x8 nanco carcas 6 paddle extremes on douglas blue label 8x7 12.5lbs...a little less probably cuz my scale rounds up.

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22x11x8 10 paddle hauler on 8x8. 76+" rollout
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Thought this might be useful....
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Weight Comparison
Weight is important to every ATV rider. One of the main reasons for switching to a carbon fiber wheel is for this very reason. To compare weights, we decided to weigh the following.
Wheel-------------------------- Weight
Douglas.190 Front ---------------4 lbs 2.1 oz
Burgard Bead lock Rear -----------6 lbs 2.7oz
HiPer CF1 Front ------------------5 lbs 13.5 oz
HiPer Tech 3 Rear ----------------6 lbs 11.5 oz
OMF ScallopBead Lock Front ------7 lbs .4 oz
OMF Scallop Bead Lock Rear ------6 lbs 1.1 oz
Kenda Klaw Tire Front ------------9 lbs 9.2 oz
Kenda Klaw Tire Rear -------------12 lbs 9.8 oz

The results are pretty interesting when you add up all the following setups of OMF Scallop Bead Locks, Burgard (rear bead lock and Douglas .190 front) and HiPer.

-----------OMF -----------HiPer ----------Burgard
Tires -----22 lbs 3 oz ------22 lbs 3 oz -----22 lbs 3 oz
Wheels ---13 lbs 1.5 oz ----12 lbs 9 oz -----10 lbs 4.8 oz
Total ----35 lbs 4.5 oz ----34 lbs 12 oz ----33 lbs 7.8 oz

When comparing the total weights, you can see that the Burgard setup is the lightest. However, this is only dealing with a single rear bead lock, so the comparison is not apples to apples. As you can see though, comparing bead lock to bead lock, the HiPer setup is lighter than the OMF setup.
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just weight my ITP c series rear and it was 8.5lbs no wonder they discontinued them

has anyone weight the Motosport Glamis or Tork? I really like the tork in black but having a hard time finding them for the honda/zuki bolt pattern for cheap like the yami's on ebay

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more tire/wheel combos to add, scale rounds to the nearest .5 lb so these weights could be +/- 2 ounces.
21x7x10 tire only
scat track mohawk non buffed 7.5 lbs
sand star fronts dual rib 9 lbs
+ 10x6 douglas blue wheel 4 lug honda
mohawk 10 lbs
sand star 11 lbs

21x7x10 ams blacktail, 10x6 itp t-9 old 4 lug zuki 11 lbs

21x12x8 tire and 8x8 wheel
skat track 8 paddle hauler, single buff, not bead to bead, douglas blue both honda/yam patterns drilled 12.5 lbs

20x11x10 tire and 10x8 wheel
ams sand snake 8 paddle, itp t-9 wheel, 5 lug 14.5 lbs

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