3.0 + 2.0 is stock offset for the majority of atvs. 3" to the inside and 2" to the outside. If you want a narrower track, you would buy 4.0 + 1.0. You can get them 2.0 + 3.0 to make it a litle wider also.
yes you can widen your atv with different "dish" rims, but the wider you the more you will feel in the handle bars, if you are running a 1-4 offset, when you hit a rock it will jerk your handle bars slightly, when you have a 4-1 offset when you hit that same rock, it will jar you much more easily because of the leverage ratios. Its a trade off but ill let you decide what you want.
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