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as far as how they perform? i can tell you they are the most unbelievable tire i have ever ridden. Hands down the best mud tire you will ever have, **** if i had a swamp buggy/tractor i would put these tires on that! I was following the exact same bike last weekend except for the tires(it has 27" bi/tri claws) and everytime it got stuck in the funk i just motored up and pushed it out, then just lazily motored my way right trough where it was stuck. and i mean i didnt even have to put forth an effort. like i was driving with one hand on the steering and one hand on my beer just feathering the throttle...all day i did this. It is a truly amazing tire. Now i will say if you plan on traveling at speeds greater than lets say 20 mph good luck, especially on trails or sugar sand, the tires like to walk all over the place(and no i wasnt just drunk!!) keeping it on the trail up at speed sometimes became a chore.
 

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thats great how much were they I want some myself. did you have to make any modifications to get them to fit?
 

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Robb got his off a place on ebay that was the cheapest around, maybe he still has the link and will post it.

as far as modding the bike? Yes you will need to mod it a bit...

1st the front fender brackets are gonna be in the way so you will either have to re-bend them or buy the highlifter fender bracket kit.

2nd- you will need to get a heat gun and bend out some of the plastic fender in the rear. also keep in mind if you have after market rims they still might not fit since the offset is usually a lot.
 

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Robb got his off a place on ebay that was the cheapest around, maybe he still has the link and will post it.

as far as modding the bike? Yes you will need to mod it a bit...

1st the front fender brackets are gonna be in the way so you will either have to re-bend them or buy the highlifter fender bracket kit.

2nd- you will need to get a heat gun and bend out some of the plastic fender in the rear. also keep in mind if you have after market rims they still might not fit since the offset is usually a lot.
THE BIKE HAS BASICALLY ALL THE GOODIES... JET KIT, PIPE, FILTER, SNORKEL. I HAVENT DONE A CLUTCH YET. I DO HAVE ITP RIMS, WHY WOULD THE TIRES NOT FIT AND WHERE ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT THEM NOT FITTING ?
 

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The ITP rims have a greater offset so the tires will stick out of the fender well more, as opposed to the tires being "tucked up" inside the fenders. You will have to re-bend the rear fenders right where the floor board meets the rear fender. The tires are gonna rub there.

Robb doesnt like his clutch, I do like the clutch kit in my bike, i feel it helps getting the lunkers spinning.
 

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I SEE WHAT YOUR SAYING. AS OF NOW I HAVE 1'' SPACERS AND THE REAR TIRES ARE ALMOST TOUCHING THE FENDER NOW. HOW DOES THE BIKE ACT WITH A CLUTCH KIT INSTALLED?? IS IT MORE TOUCHY??
 
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