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I am looking at these 28x10x12 silverbacks and want to mount them on my stock 12x7 Kawasaki Prairie 360 Wheels front and back will this fit? Any rub? No worries guys I have pink primary and red secondary clutch spring lol
 

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Might be kinda close on the front, not familure w/ the p360's but just basing that on my knowledge of other smaller bikes w/ stock wheels & wider front tires. Im thinking the lugs might rub the strut.
 

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not on a strut I dont think. spacers or aftermarket rims would. Then again Im not %100 sure it wont fit, again just basing my answer on knowledge of other bikes w/ struts in the front.
 

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My buddy had to put on spacers to run 27" Dirt Devils on his 360, so I'm sure the Backs will need spacers or aftermarket rims as well...

And adding 2" lift only brings the front tires farther INWARD, so it makes it worse.. with a lift, you DEFINITELY need to have spacers...
 

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interested in seeing those pics :)
 

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:worthless: lol....
 

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Here It is boys... No lift as of yet its in the mail on the way.. I will update when installed. 28x10x12 on fronts with 1.5" spacer. No spacer on back but it is need for me to line my tires up evenly because I have 28x12x12 in the back but it needs one 1" spacers to line them up. In otherwords { Fronts tires are wider than the rear tires} as of now. Low on cash but plan to get exhaust and a 6 degree offset key next. Trying to make this ATV a low end mud machine. Thinking about axel paddels but I need to find out what the axel is made of any input with that is much needed.
 

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Here It is boys... No lift as of yet its in the mail on the way.. I will update when installed. 28x10x12 on fronts with 1.5" spacer. No spacer on back but it is need for me to line my tires up evenly because I have 28x12x12 in the back but it needs one 1" spacers to line them up. In otherwords { Fronts tires are wider than the rear tires} as of now. Low on cash but plan to get exhaust and a 6 degree offset key next. Trying to make this ATV a low end mud machine. Thinking about axel paddels but I need to find out what the axel is made of any input with that is much needed.
Just FYI, you most likely won't need the rear spacers after the lift.. The front suspension will draw the front tire inward and the rear will stay the same width...


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No prob! I'm all about saving money if it's not necessary!


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Looks good just need some action shots now lol.:bax:
 

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^ GOOD Call Jason! :rockn: rep added! (and it was enough to add another green square! lol)
 
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