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  1. Largest Tires on a stock (NOT LIFTED) Honda.

    Honda
    We have one of these in the kawi section, just thought some people might find it usefull here too... If you've put larger than stock tires on your Honda, w/o a lift kit, please post what model quad, and the tires specs, and any problems you ran into w/ rubbing etc... Pictures are awesome too if...
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    Mud Pit
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  3. Biggest Tires on Stock Brute

    Kawasaki
    Ok I have looked to find the answer, I am sure someone will say it has already been talked about on the site. What is the biggest size tires I can run on my 07 brute. I want to use my stock wheels. I am thinking skinnys for mud and my xtr's for trail use.
  4. Largest Tires on a stock Polaris

    Polaris
    We have one of these in the kawi section, just thought some people might find it usefull here too... If you've put larger than stock tires on your Polaris, w/o a lift kit, please post what model quad, and the tires specs, and any problems you ran into w/ rubbing etc... Pictures are awesome too...
  5. Tightening Belt/Belt Light Reset

    Clutching
    Tightening the Belt: **See photos below, first photo is incorrect deflection, second is correct deflection) The belt deflection can be measured by placing a straight edge "ruler" ontop of the belt from the secondary to the primary. Using approx. 13 lbs of pressure with your finger, push down on...
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