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wheels/tires-i am thinking about getting some outlaw tires with itp/ss wheels but i heard that you had to have a clutch kit or something like that if you get outlaws? and i am wondering where a good place to buy them together? since i am getting a lift i dont know what size to get cause my stock wheels are 22in.? also all the sites that i have found that sell sets make you put in your make and model and if i do that than it will give me the factory size tires and i want bigger ones. the reason that i dont buy the wheels and tires seperate is because i dont know anything about matching them up, but if you can help me with that too.
sorry if it sounds like i ask too much questions.:D
 

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Sorry, I don't know a whole lot about the 250 Recon, but Ebay is a good place to buy the ITP wheels and tires. Clutch kits are usually used to try to make up for some of the power loss of bigger tires, but I don't know how big you can go on tires before you need a clutch kit. Someone else may be able to help you with that.
 

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lol thx anyway bro but i am new at the customizing and stuff
i have just bought all my atvs from a dealer and never changed them.
 

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lol thx anyway bro but i am new at the customizing and stuff
i have just bought all my atvs from a dealer and never changed them.
Yeah, I do the same thing. Mine is all stock except for the tires and they are even stock size, just a different brand.
 

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You can usually get away with 2" above stock before you start dogging the machine. A clutch kit is a good way to get more grunt
 

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That is personal pref... I would go with a 12" wheel, maybe someone else has a better opinion. I'm a sport quad guy so my knowledge on this side is limited.

If you are going for a mud tire and plan to use it to go through mud bogs, I wouldn't go 2" bigger. The weight of the tires is already going to rob you a little bit but you stick those in some thick mud, you might have problems.
 

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No, you can usually get any tire to match any rim
 

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def check on ebay i got my itp ss rims and sandstar paddle tires for 580 plus like 50 dallors shipping
 
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