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post #1 of 11 Old 09-02-2016, 07:04 AM Thread Starter
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Wheel sizes for 2016 Gator 825i

Hi,

Someone may have already asked this if so I apologize in advance for asking again (i have been trying to search but my internet connection is really bad today).

Anyway I am looking for some replacement wheels for my gator 825i and have been having a hell of a time trying to figure out where to find the bolt pattern for the gator.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

A lot of sites have aftermarket wheels but very, very few offer them for the gator xuv 825i.

Thanks,

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Hi,

Someone may have already asked this if so I apologize in advance for asking again (i have been trying to search but my internet connection is really bad today).

Anyway I am looking for some replacement wheels for my gator 825i and have been having a hell of a time trying to figure out where to find the bolt pattern for the gator.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

A lot of sites have aftermarket wheels but very, very few offer them for the gator xuv 825i.

Thanks,

JD


I realize this is an old post.. the correct wheel bolt pattern is 5 x 4.5 for the 825.

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Anyone happen to know that offset?

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Are you trying to replace the wheels?

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The offset varies between front/rear given the different rim widths. On my 855/865 sets they all have negative offsets ranging from 1.5-2 inches. Since I use 15" trailer wheels with either 205-75-15 or 225-70-15, there isn't any clearance problem and I'm running 27 inch total diameter. Those I've only found with zero offset. In reality, it's positive offset that puts the extra stress on a hub/axle. Tire Rack and Les Schwab both talk about "too much" offset either way. I use these for 3 seasons and shift to the knobbies for the winter. Rubber is a lot cheaper and the ride, acceleration, noise, and top end are all better. That and the mileage warranty still applies.
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Yes I am going to replace wheels and tires

I am looking to keep my stock wheels and tires for chores and what not, but I want to put a set togther for fields are planted and most of the riding is on gravel and hard roads.

Looking to get a less knobby "all terrain" style tire.

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The offset varies between front/rear given the different rim widths. On my 855/865 sets they all have negative offsets ranging from 1.5-2 inches. Since I use 15" trailer wheels with either 205-75-15 or 225-70-15, there isn't any clearance problem and I'm running 27 inch total diameter. Those I've only found with zero offset. In reality, it's positive offset that puts the extra stress on a hub/axle. Tire Rack and Les Schwab both talk about "too much" offset either way. I use these for 3 seasons and shift to the knobbies for the winter. Rubber is a lot cheaper and the ride, acceleration, noise, and top end are all better. That and the mileage warranty still applies.
So standard trailer rim is a good spot to start. Thanks, I will take one home and see how they fit and go from there.

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Lots of posts on here regarding replacement tires on the 825 or 855.
@CaptSeabee has posted his information on Mongrel tires.

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The Mongrels are on the stock steel JD rims. I just use trailer rims for the automotive tires. I'll post an update on the 865R when I install the dust caps and better lug bolts.
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Lots of posts on here regarding replacement tires on the 825 or 855.
@CaptSeabee has posted his information on Mongrel tires.
I did see all the thread and threads and threads... about tires. I was just wondering about the offset for the wheels.

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Lots of posts on here regarding replacement tires on the 825 or 855.

@CaptSeabee has posted his information on Mongrel tires.


I did see all the thread and threads and threads... about tires. I was just wondering about the offset for the wheels.


My bad... I thought you posted two separate threads? @CaptSeabee offered information regarding offset.
I offered information regarding tires which you had also asked here... Wheel sizes for 2016 Gator 825i
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