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Rear wheel I would like to have a spare rear wheel that I can mount a paddle tire to so when I go to the dunes I don't have to use my regular tire. I can't seem to find any info in my search on what will work. Honda? ATK? And would you just turn it around so the spocket will work?

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The best I can find is this post from MAZ. I've seen other posts that say that ATK told them the rear wheel was a 605 wheel turned around just as you mention. If it's as easy as getting a 605 and buying spacers from ATK let us know

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