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I recenty bought a 17 outlaw 110 for my son. I can't seem to find any 18 inch mud tires for the rear. I know I probably should of bought a 4x4. Not alot of options there. Would putting a 20 inch mud tires on the back and disconnecting under the seat work out?
Any suggestions would be great.
Thanks.
Would the 20 inch tires even fit? Has anyone done this?

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I'm also looking for some bigger tires for my son's 2018 Outlaw 110 EFI.

I'm thinking about getting 20" on all 4. Do you put the same size tires on the front and back? Can you use the stock wheels still?

With your 23" setup, are the front and back tires all the same? And do they mount just fine on the stock wheels without needing spacers or any modification?
 

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Anyone with either a Sportsman 110 or Outlaw 110 running bigger tires on stock wheels?

I was thinking about upgrading the stock tires on my son 2018 Outlaw 110. He's only 6 years old and weighs 39lbs, so I don't think the bike will lose any power/torque with some 20" tires. Besides I currently have the throttle limited to only 18mph so speed is not a priority ?

If so can you share some info?

☆ What size front tires?
☆ What size rear tire?
☆ Are the bigger tires mounted on stock wheels?
☆ Do they fit without any modifications?
☆ Any loss in power or torque?
☆ Are you seeing any issues/problems?
☆ If you could redo it, would you change anything?

Hopefully someone that has already done this can chime in with some real world insight.
 

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Still trying to find what will fit, can anyone help? Brand, Size, Setup, etc...
 

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I'm going to get 22x11x8 tires (front and back) for my 2018 Polaris Outlaw 110.

I'm going with 22" ITP Mud Lite AT Tires (22x11x8) mounted on 4/110 4/130 ITP Steel Wheel 8X8.5 3.5 + 5.0.

Hopefully I won't have any clearance issues. If i do, I might get some 2" spacers for all four wheels.
 

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Actually, since I'm also getting new wheels and tires, I'm going with:

Front: ITP Mud Lite AT Tires 22x8x10 with ITP Steel Wheels 10x5 3+2 4/110.

Rear: ITP Mud Lite AT Tires 22x11x10 with ITP Steel Wheels 10x8 3+5 4/110-130

Makes more sense to have a 8" wide tire up front and a 11" wide tire in the rear.

Hopefully everything fits without needing spacers, otherwise I'll either get 1.5" or 2" spacers for all 4.
 

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Just wanted to let anyone that's wanting bigger tires for their Polaris Outlaw 110 know that it can be done and here's what I did.

New wheels & tires fit perfectly. No rubbing, no modification, no issues. I have a 2018 Polaris Outlaw 110.

Front: ITP Mud Lite AT Tires 22x8x10 with ITP Steel Wheels 10x5 3+2 4/110.

Rear: ITP Mud Lite AT Tires 22x11x10 with ITP Steel Wheels 10x8 3+5 4/110-130

My son is only 7 and 42lbs so the added weight isn't a big deal plus I still have the speed limiter still set at 15-18mph max. No need for him riding at 30mph on the trails with us.
 

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i have 2017 polaris sportsman 110 and changed tires out to 23 inch sti black diamond mud tires and man what a difference it made. they are just a hair to big some scrubbing in front if they hit a hill to hard. 22 inch would be perfect hope this helps
Hey I was wondering the size rims and spacers you had to run on the sportsman 110 to fit?
 
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