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I thinking about getting a set of 28" outlaws, is this a smart idea? I have all the mods listed below and i spin my bi/tri claws very well, but should i stick with 27" outlaws if i go that way? I really dont wanna tear everything up on my foreman, but have been itching to get a set and try them out. Let me know how your ol 450 turns them and did you need a lift, im thinking about taking off my rear perfex kit, it makes my foreman looked raked, the front is so much lower i dont like it that way
 

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I would stay with what you have now. I've seen to many atv's torn up due
to Outlaws. They are a great tire, but if you don't control your thumb, they
will tear stuff up. As far as the Perfex in the rear, can't you put it on a lower
setting in the rear? I am really thinkin' of takin' my lift off & gettin' the Perfex.
 

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The bigger the tires, the more stress you put on everything. I try to remember this, you want to play, you got to pay.

Figure out how much you want to spend on this sport.

I have the Perfex and LOVE it, the best upgrade I have made yet.
 

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Railroader, there are 2 settings on the Perfex kit for the rear, i have mine on the lower setting but will have to get a good ride on it before i decide if i want to leave it. Tires rubbing is not an isse with my Foreman.
 

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It levels out some when you are on it, so the angle isnt as bad. I like how it sits higher in the rear, can carry more things on the rear IE: wife. and still have a soft ride from not bottoming out. There are many advantages of it being higher in the rear. Just my .02 but I would leave it as is, I have mine on the highest setting.
 

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I thinking about getting a set of 28" outlaws, is this a smart idea? I have all the mods listed below and i spin my bi/tri claws very well, but should i stick with 27" outlaws if i go that way? I really dont wanna tear everything up on my foreman, but have been itching to get a set and try them out. Let me know how your ol 450 turns them and did you need a lift, im thinking about taking off my rear perfex kit, it makes my foreman looked raked, the front is so much lower i dont like it that way
I would keep the claws unless you are a hardcore mudder. My son and I have 27" Outlaws on stock rims without a lift. We have aftermarket rims with radials for long trail rides or rocky moutains, etc.. In thick peanut butter type mud sometimes the 27's bog our 450's check sig for mod's
 

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i have had no problems with my outlaws on my 450 and it has approx. 9000 miles on it and it gets abused every time the engine starts.
 
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