Yes, unfortunately there was some trimming, but the new meats make up for it. Most of the trimming was to get clearance when the tires where turned all the way each way, not to bad, but its a new bike, and that made it harder. Before when i had the 28" mudlites the clearance under the front was 11" nows its a little over 14.
Get ready to buy some Gorrila axles, and front bearings. The stock ones will last about 3 months if your careful. What about rubbing issues in the front when you turn, how did you deal with the front fender brackets. Mine are all the way flush with the fender and I occasionaly rub with 29.5x10's
looks good Im happy to see someone stepped up with 12's all the way around. Get ready to spend some cash
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