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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 07:49 AM Thread Starter
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Any one running 32 inch assassinator tires on there highlifter? I would imagine you need a 2 inch bracket lift and would stock axles hold up? Was thinking about eventually getting a set either 29.5 or 32 just don’t want to have a lot of problems. Thinking I should just stay with 29.5 but would like to here your guys thoughts or experience with them.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 12:45 PM
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I'm not a mud guy although I've made many points navigating the deeper stuff. With that said there are two Kings in the mudding world HP and clearance. So if you need to go bigger then go BIG!!! But as you have mentioned it's going to cost you. Def going to have to do a lift. And I would ABSOLUTELY upgrade the OEM axles!!!! And don't cheap out on them. Go with a legit big HP, big lift, big tire, built for the mud axle. Like Cobra, Highlifter, Gorilla, Taylor, etc!!!!!

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Running 32.5’s, takes dedication and time and money. I have a little 2 inch bracket lift, Cobra axles up front. Rears are holding up so far.
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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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Yeah probably get the 29.5 assassinators just not sure 8 or 10 wide. The 10 wide would probably float a little more to keep you on top a little better but the 8 wide would probably cut through the mud better because you wouldn’t be pushing as much mud. Any thoughts on this would be appreciated.
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Running 32 assassinators, and everything is ok
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That’s a beast!
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Running 32 assassinators, and everything is ok
What kind of lift are you running? Looks awesome, all cleaned up.
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I’m running 2 inch HL bracketlift, 4 inch portals, and elka stage 3 on hard springs. Arms are from stock
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I’m running 2 inch HL bracketlift, 4 inch portals, and elka stage 3 on hard springs. Arms are from stock
When you run quality gear like that, I'd expect it to hold up! Super clean, nice build and I hope you enjoy the hell out of that thing!
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I’m running 2 inch HL bracketlift, 4 inch portals, and elka stage 3 on hard springs. Arms are from stock


When you run quality gear like that, I'd expect it to hold up! Super clean, nice build and I hope you enjoy the hell out of that thing!


Thank you for such comment! Enjoying it on 1000%
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