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Hello all , I'm sure it's been asked , but as my name states, I'm looking for new tires , would lkie to know how big you can go before you have to modify? Thanks
 

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not sure..but..i think after 26's..you then need a lift kit, i go stock..sooo..bash me someone if i'm wrong..lol
 

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You can run 26's ok but depending what your putting them on you could run 27's but it's more about the power loss and clutch damage when you use a large tire. You will possibly have to have a jet kit, pipe and aftermarket filter to get more useable power to turn them.
 

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Thanks , I wanted to go with 1 1/8 lug " Mudlites in the 25 , so I should be ok
 

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Yep you will be fine with that.
 

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Thanks , I wanted to go with 1 1/8 lug " Mudlites in the 25 , so I should be ok
i run 24x9x11 ..3/4 lug mudlites on my '89 trx350d foreman..and it seems to work great for me..then again..im not like alot of ppl here that want to run swamps..lol.
 

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Thanks , I wanted to go with 1 1/8 lug " Mudlites in the 25 , so I should be ok
i run 24x9x11 ..3/4 lug mudlites on my '89 trx350d foreman..and it seems to work great for me..then again..im not like alot of ppl here that want to run swamps..lol.
My 300 likes to go swimming!...
 

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Welcome to the forums. I run Mudlites and like them pretty good.
 

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Thank you for the warm welcome and all the feedback , very much appreciated
 
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