I have a 2001 honda rancher 4X4 and was wanting to put highlifter outlaws on it... can anyone tell me what the biggest size would be that the rancher can turn over. I was thinking about running 27s if it will turn them.
I know it isnt a rancher but...i'm currently riding on my 06 recon with 22.5 outlaw mst (awsome tire!)but, ive heard of people running 25 outlaws on stock recons and was thinkin about maybe trying that! what yall think should i try to get the 25s and new rims or stay with the 22.5 mst??
I have 27 X 12 Outlaws all around on my 06 Rancher. Just changed my centrifugal clutch (due to a synthetic additive) and put a HL clutch kit on while I was in there. No problems accept for all the Foremans I leave sunk in the mud. Dynojet kit & HMF pipe w/ an 1.5" snorkel is all I've done to it.
If you guys are turnin 26 + 27'' Laws with a stock Ranch then something must be wrong with my girlfriends. 06 350 with 25'' Laws and it bogs in the thick stuff. Im wondering if my idea of nasty is the same as yalls, but no way would i recommend bigger than 25's if you putting Laws. (no mods that is)
i got a 06 rancher 350 2wd running 27" itp 589"s on foreman rims on all four corners and it turns then just fine i leave alot of four wheel drives stuck behind me when i do get stuck though i am stuck!!!!!!!!!!!
Def. 27s. Im running 26s right now and i can spin them all 2 **** in some of the nasty stuff my foreman and brute force buddies have trouble with. The Outlaws are great tires. I would upgrade but i think im just gonna get a bigger bike first.
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