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I have a 450 foreman and i just wanted some suggestions on wether to get 28in outlaws or 29.5's. I cannot decide. Thanks for your suggestions.
 

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Who agrees that I would have to put gorilla axles if I got the 29.5's?
 

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yeh.....but even if I do take it easy do you think they will eventally break?
 

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They would eventually break with 28's
 

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Like Eurobro said, you will need a clutch kit. His 450 turns the 29.5s pretty well i must say
 

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I have 27's on mine and no problems so far. It will pull me through anything I want to go through. 1 thing, Mine burns gas like no tommorow.
 

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I have 27's on mine and no problems so far. It will pull me through anything I want to go through. 1 thing, Mine burns gas like no tommorow.
You got that problem to??? I have to worry when I go out if I will have enough to return back. I cut it close sometimes. I usually go through a tank for Robbs and Truegrits 1/4 tank.
 

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Honda has good axles, when I did break mine, it was in the diff. A gorilla wouldn't have helped there. I know a guy with a rincon that can't keep gorillas in it, his stock ones last him 4 times longer.
 

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Seth , I must say that the 29s are bad, but if I were you i think I would go with the 28s, you bike will thank you
 

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thank you

i think that I am just gona stick with the 28's.......thank you all for your suggestions and knowledge....i couldn't have done it without yall.....thanks from seth
 
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