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jwints28

question on wheel lug patterns!?

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i have a 2003 predator 500 and would like to get a set of studded wheels/tires for ice ridding this winter i found on craigslist a good deal on wheels and tires off a raptor 700 i was just wonder if they would bolt up...

or even if anyone knew the predator lug pattern so i could find the raptor lug pattern to see if they match

thanks in advance!

i actually found this very usefull website but it looks like only the front would bolt up =(

http://www.lugpattern.net/Polaris_ATV_Bolt_Patterns.htm

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just measure between the center lines of 2 studs side by side the measure to the one across from it. that will give you the spacing. measure the centering opening of the rim and the offset to make sure it will fit. then you will have all of your bases covered.

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I think Rocky Mountain ATV lists the bolt patterns with their wheels. Anyone who sells tires and wheels will have this info. good luck

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