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Hello,
I ended up with a 350 but it needs tires. The local shops are all trying go talk me into aftermarket rims and huge tires. I would like to keep my factory rims, and am worried about losing too much power going to too big of a tire.

My riding is mostly in bush trails, and I'm in northern Alberta. There is some mud (not tons), more muskeg and snow, a little rock and deadfalls but nothing crazy.

So, how big can I go without sacrificing power?
And, what make/model of tire would you recommend?

Thank you in advance
 

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I would suggest zillas or mudlites. I would go up to 25" or 26" maybe 27" (if you want to push it xD) up to you. Just my 2 cents.
 

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I can't really make a recommendation on size, as I'm not very familiar with those particular bikes, but I do know that zillas are a great all around tire, and pictures do not do them justice!
 

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Zillas seem to be a very popular choice at the moment. Tyre size... This is a very opinionated question, everybody will have different views. Me... I say for a stock ATV don't go any bigger than 26's, you'll sacrifice a little power but still have a capable machine in 99% of terrain. Any bigger and realistically speaking your going to need a GR.
 
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