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Ordered my new wheels and tires today!! Can't wait.. I ordered the 14" ITP ss312 with 27x10x14 front and 27x12x14 rears... So I had to rename it RANCHZILLA.. Will post pics when I get them on:happy:
 

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Here is a quick pic... I like them alot... Ride nice, and didn't rob too much power from the 420 engine...
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i like em, they match the color of the quad
 

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Wow, they look great...but they can't get much closer to rubbing can they.
 

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Wow, they look great...but they can't get much closer to rubbing can they.
Yea pretty tight! i did some research and thats the biggest tire i could get without a lift. I didn't want to lift the bike, avoiding axle and boot problems...
 

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More pics!!
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I also attached a removeable rear winch the other day.. It has quick connect wiring, and a lock pin. Takes about 10 seconds to remove...
 

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Wow, they look great...but they can't get much closer to rubbing can they.
Yea pretty tight! i did some research and thats the biggest tire i could get without a lift. I didn't want to lift the bike, avoiding axle and boot problems...
That's something that's struck me as odd on some of these atv forums. Someone creates some ridiculous cv angles and does a bunch of bubba hack job mods and they get praised. If they did the same type of thing on an offroad truck forum they'd get flamed off the site.

Good use of common sense.
 

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Wow, they look great...but they can't get much closer to rubbing can they.
Yea pretty tight! i did some research and thats the biggest tire i could get without a lift. I didn't want to lift the bike, avoiding axle and boot problems...
That's something that's struck me as odd on some of these atv forums. Someone creates some ridiculous cv angles and does a bunch of bubba hack job mods and they get praised. If they did the same type of thing on an offroad truck forum they'd get flamed off the site.

Good use of common sense.
Yea! I like the looks of my money IN my wallet..lol
 

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I love holding on to money as well. LOL Your bike look great! I basiclly did the samething, but went with 12" rims I love the heck out of my zillas what do you think of yours?
 

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I love holding on to money as well. LOL Your bike look great! I basiclly did the samething, but went with 12" rims I love the heck out of my zillas what do you think of yours?
So far I like them only got about 50 miles on them. They sure clean out mud well, and handle great. The only concern I have is how they are gonna wear. They seem really soft. But other than that I couldnt be happier with them
 

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Yeah I know what your talkin about . but I have about 150mi on mine so far and spend more time in the rocks than the gumbo lately and they have held up very well so far.
 

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Yeah I know what your talkin about . but I have about 150mi on mine so far and spend more time in the rocks than the gumbo lately and they have held up very well so far.
Yea I ride alot of rock, and well soon to come SNOW! i live in Montana and the snow gets pretty nasty, but is fun to ride in.. The snow is the main reason I put 2 winches on... We don't have too much mud here, so I've yet to get stuck in mud. But I have been stuck in a deep snow drift a handfull of times. I heard that the zillas are o.k for mud as long as you are smart wuth the throttle, and dont hammer the wick and dig yourself deeper!!:yeahbaby01:
 

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Got to use mine in the snow we had last christmas and they did all right and as far as mud they have done me better that any mud lites I have used in the past. My Brother n law has mud lites right now and is planning on zillas next.
 
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