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Put on some SuperATV Warrior XTs in 35x10x15 on STI HD9 spoked rims. Added Blue beadlock rings for flair.

turned out pretty damn sweet me thinks.

mounted up my own beadlocks, wasn't as bad as I thought, couple hours for all 4.


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Looks good! Love the F-bomb sign, too 💥
Good eye! I used to have a sign hanging over my bed when I was younger, “Must wear eye protection when grinding”, guess what happened to that sign when I met my wife? 😑
 

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Does the big rubber kill acceleration on the KRX like other machines. How about stress on the suspension parts. Those big baloneys look great.
 

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First road test drive does illustrate that running a 35 takes some of the snap out of the acceleration, noticable but not a deal killer. I also had removed my primary clutch spring way long time ago to lower the rpms, so may put that back in to regain some lost acceleration. Rims and new tires weighed 70 pounds verses 55 for the stock units.
 

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When you get a chance see if you can get an overall width measurement and a picture from the rear and post it in the aftermarket wheels thread. That will make for a good, easy to find reference for others to use when trying to decide on new wheels.

 

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When you get a chance see if you can get an overall width measurement and a picture from the rear and post it in the aftermarket wheels thread. That will make for a good, easy to find reference for others to use when trying to decide on new wheels.

Do you think 35/12.50-15 will fit
 

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My thinking is with 35 inch rubber you have a dedicated rock crawler. The vehicle had limited versatility to start with the 35's just clinches the deal as a RC.
 
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