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Right now I have some Maxxis 25x8-12 on the front and 25x10-12 on the rear. My rims are rusting out (thanks, previous owner!) so I was looking for some used rims, but mostly just find them with tires. I found a set with some 26x8-12 and 26x10-12 mud lites on them with good tread left. But I also found a set of 27x10-12 and 27x12-12 swamp lites for super cheap. Would my 350 Rancher pull the swamp lites fine? Would they rub any? I do trail and mud riding mostly.
 

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I would stick to 26" and under, Swamp Lites tend to run a bit on the big side as well. Shouldn't have to trim much if at all for 26's.
Oh wow. So they're probably even larger than 27" then? I'll probably pass on them.
 

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Yeah they would be, unless they are well worn. They are good tires, just too big for your machine I think. Mud Lites are kind of junk but they are round and hold air at least sometimes lol. If your looking for just wheels check out the ITP Delta wheels they are pretty good for the money. You could use your existing tires on them, which are already not stock, not sure if you figured that out yet or not. Ranchers came with 24" tires, and 11" rear wheels, 12" front.


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Yeah they would be, unless they are well worn. They are good tires, just too big for your machine I think. Mud Lites are kind of junk but they are round and hold air at least sometimes lol. If your looking for just wheels check out the ITP Delta wheels they are pretty good for the money. You could use your existing tires on them, which are already not stock, not sure if you figured that out yet or not. Ranchers came with 24" tires, and 11" rear wheels, 12" front.


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They don't look too worn, so they're probably too big.

I found a set of King Quad rims for $50 for the set, so I'm going to pick them up today. My understanding is the rears' offset will be wrong, but I can flip the rim easily to fix that. I'll just mount my current tires on them and call it a day!
 

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Yeah they would be, unless they are well worn. They are good tires, just too big for your machine I think. Mud Lites are kind of junk but they are round and hold air at least sometimes lol. If your looking for just wheels check out the ITP Delta wheels they are pretty good for the money. You could use your existing tires on them, which are already not stock, not sure if you figured that out yet or not. Ranchers came with 24" tires, and 11" rear wheels, 12" front.





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They don't look too worn, so they're probably too big.



I found a set of King Quad rims for $50 for the set, so I'm going to pick them up today. My understanding is the rears' offset will be wrong, but I can flip the rim easily to fix that. I'll just mount my current tires on them and call it a day!


Yep that should work just fine. Just be aware that the valve stem will be on the inside and can be damaged by stuff lodging between the brake and rim. I run 1" spacers on mine with flipped wheels and have never had issues, but I think Jeep on here has had problems not running spacers.


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