Ive read you can upgrade your recon tires and rims to Honda Rancher style rims with 25ís on the front and 24ís on the rear. What about running 25ís all around? Would a shock upgrade be enough for additional clearance for the rear? Iím new here so any input is greatly appreciated.
I've also heard of others doing that without a lift and without rubbing... But we put true 25's on the front of ours and get a touch of rubbing at full turn, and the 24's we put on the rear also rub some once you load the suspension down.
We just ran those tires cause we had them around. If I were buying specifically for it and no lift kit or spacers I'd buy 23's for rear and 24's for front.
2004 TRX400FA (Rancher 400AT)
MotionPro twist throttle kit
12" handlebar mounted light bar
rear rack wheelchair carrier
Cycle Country 48" plow w/ KFI hybrid mount
Champion 3000 lb winch w/ synthetic rope
23" Titan 489's all around (saving clutch)
2011 Grizzly 450 EPS
Others in the family: '04 TRX250TE, '85 TRX250 Utility (X2), '05 TRX90, '06 TRX500FA, '95 TRX400FW,' 88 TRX125