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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-05-2013, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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mud tires on stock wheels

Hey everybody, this is my first post. I've had my 2012 Rancher 420 a little over a year now and im just now getting started on the mods.. I just put some green LEDs in the vent on the front and it looks really sweet(u can see it in my profile pic) and I ordered a k&n filter but it hasn't come yet. The next thing I wanna do is get some mud tires... the stock ones are great but I think the mud tires would make it even better than it is. Is there anything good that will fit on stock wheels?
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Welcome to the forums.

I would orser 12" deltas off rockymountan.atvmc for $35 each with free s&h on orders over $100 then order the nsx-01 interco vamps directly from interco for $38 each plus s&h

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Yeah you will almost have to go to a set of 12in wheels to get good mud tires the 420 comes with 11s on rear

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post #4 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-06-2013, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
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If I do the 12" deltas and the vamps will I need to get wheel spacers?
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If I do the 12" deltas and the vamps will I need to get wheel spacers?
Nope. Your stock rancher will clear 26"-27" no problem wheel spacers just gives you a wider stance fo a little added stability. If your bike is an AT (IRS) you'll need the same offset all around if its the SRA Ranchet you will need 2-5 and 5-2 offsets

2013 Rubicon 28-10-12" mud witches on hd3 wheels

gone but never forgotten E.T. (90 fourtrax300fw)

94 sportster with andrews n4 cams hc pistons p&p heads drag pipes under drive pulleys

2010 Colorado 4 door 2wd

2013 recon es 23-8.50-12 front and 23-10.5-12deestone suretrack on hd3 wheels (her bike)
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Or a lift?
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No I've got 27s on mine before I lifted mine it cleared no problem I just put the lift on for looks and a little front ground clearance

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post #8 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-06-2013, 04:04 PM Thread Starter
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Wow thanks man... I was thinking about putting on the spacers with or without new tires, for the stability like u said. If I do will I still be able to slide around turns and stuff?
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If anything it should make it easier to slide without flipping.

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Yeah u will still be able to slide like was mentioned above it prob will slide better

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