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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-20-2009, 05:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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Does anybody know if the itp 212 wheels for a canam (4x137) will fit the teryx?
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Not sure, but this info might help you.
The stockTeryx wheels are hub centric. What that means is that the wheel centers inself on the hub, instead of the lug nuts centering the wheel. The stock lug nuts are flat due to this reason, they are not tapered. The bore on the inside of the wheels for the Canam may be too small to fit over the register of the Teryx hub that is used for centering the wheel.

The only way you'll know is to check it out.


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The bolt pattern is 4x137, any wheel should fit if it uses a tappered lug nut. Like Chris mentioned above you may have a problem getting the center of the wheel to fit the hub
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-20-2009, 10:11 PM
 
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I tried the same thing with wheels off my can am. The studs on the teryx hubs were too large in diameter to go through my can am wheels. I guess you could drill them out but I just bought new wheels
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I know one thing for sure, the teryx uses 12mm studs like on the mule. standard wheels use a 10mm stud. you can run a 4x137mm bolt pattern to fit other vehicals( if the center hub dia. is correct) but you will have to machine or drill the stud holes out to fit the larger studs for the teryx. I bought wheels for a kawasaki prairie(4x137mm) and drilled out the stud hole to fit so I could run a 4+3 offset instead of the 5+2 teryx/mule offset. when I called ITP they said they only made a 5+2 offset for a teryx/mule wheel.


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Thank you all very much.It saved me from buying a set of wheels i couldn't use
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