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Will a stock 06' foreman handle these tires no problem?
 

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I have 26x10 Exec's on mine and it seems just right to me.
 

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no i'm talking bout my friends bike. I'd never give up the laws!
 

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I am the friend who bought the heavy tires. This site is great you guys are very helpfull. The problem is I read about the tires after I bought them. I went into the bike shop looking to buy 27 inch mudlights but the guy talked me into the execs. Now I am thinking about clutch kit,pipe and jet kit if I cant turn them.
 

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i had the 27" executioners on my rubicon and i turned them really good but i had a clutch kit, jet, pipe, fiter, and all that good stuff so that helped alot. i thought they were great tires but once you got spinning alot you would just sink. great tires though, i would get them again.
-Aaron
 

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I just ordered a clutch kit today. The bike shops around here do not have any pipes listed for an 06 besides big gun. I dont really wanna be noisy but I dont want the motor to bog down either. The guy at the shop told me if I put it all on I will only gain 5 hp. I hope I can spin them in first. I wonder if lighter wheels would be better then pipe. Thanks for your reply.
 

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How much did you pay for your clutch kit? Better be under $100.
 

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i got mine for around $60, i thought it was worth every penny. it really woke the 4wheeler up.
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i got mine for around $60, i thought it was worth every penny. it really woke the 4wheeler up.
-Aaron
 
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