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I went with 28"x11"-14" rear and 28"x9"-14" front Mega Mayhem tires...Wheels are 14"x8" (5+3) rear and 14"x6" (4+2) front ITP SS 212's. I have absolutely no issues with scrubbing anywhere and noticed no sluggish clutch feeling. :veryhappy:
 

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Looks great. Now it just needs some mud.
 

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Gained 3" in height, I measured from fender to ground in front and rear before and after wheels were put on. After checking air pressure from having them mounted I found they had 30 psi for bead seating. I dropped them to 7 psi and remeasured, still gained 2". Not bad at all !
 

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what clearence do u have from the bottom of the foot well to ground?
 

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I love the Mega Mayhems. They really look good on your quad. I saving now to put a set on my 570 and ranger. I had them on my foreman and they would pull through anything
 

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For bp405........I have the Mega Mayhems and measuring from floor to bottom of footwell I have 15". They measure a true 28" with 5psi, even taller if you add a little more but the ride also stiffens.
 

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I went with 28"x11"-14" rear and 28"x9"-14" front Mega Mayhem tires...Wheels are 14"x8" (5+3) rear and 14"x6" (4+2) front ITP SS 212's. I have absolutely no issues with scrubbing anywhere and noticed no sluggish clutch feeling. :veryhappy:
Any spacers, lift, spring tension or anything of the sort that needed adjusting or adding to accommodate the new tires? I'm looking at getting the same ones for the same quad only black ss212 rims.
 

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I went with 28"x11"-14" rear and 28"x9"-14" front Mega Mayhem tires...Wheels are 14"x8" (5+3) rear and 14"x6" (4+2) front ITP SS 212's. I have absolutely no issues with scrubbing anywhere and noticed no sluggish clutch feeling. :veryhappy:
Any spacers, lift, spring tension or anything of the sort that needed adjusting or adding to accommodate the new tires? I'm looking at getting the same ones for the same quad only black ss212 rims.
You don't need any lift for 28s
 

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I went with 28"x11"-14" rear and 28"x9"-14" front Mega Mayhem tires...Wheels are 14"x8" (5+3) rear and 14"x6" (4+2) front ITP SS 212's. I have absolutely no issues with scrubbing anywhere and noticed no sluggish clutch feeling. :veryhappy:
Any spacers, lift, spring tension or anything of the sort that needed adjusting or adding to accommodate the new tires? I'm looking at getting the same ones for the same quad only black ss212 rims.
No other mods are necessary if you get the sizes and backspacing I posted earlier.
 

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I just put the same size on my 850 xp and couldn't believe the difference between the Mega Mayhems and Swamp Lites in the mud, but the Swamp Lites definitely ride better and grip like a billy goat on rocks and hill climbs.
 

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I went with 28"x11"-14" rear and 28"x9"-14" front Mega Mayhem tires...Wheels are 14"x8" (5+3) rear and 14"x6" (4+2) front ITP SS 212's. I have absolutely no issues with scrubbing anywhere and noticed no sluggish clutch feeling. :veryhappy:
Any spacers, lift, spring tension or anything of the sort that needed adjusting or adding to accommodate the new tires? I'm looking at getting the same ones for the same quad only black ss212 rims.
No other mods are necessary if you get the sizes and backspacing I posted earlier.
What do you mean by backspacing??? Also do you mind if I ask how much you paid for your wheel kit?
 

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^^ Try reading the thread.....
 

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Jus maken sure man i seen one guy say he had 28 silver backs on it no lift but i rather be sure than sorry lol i have spacers already for it
 

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If you use stock rims and skinny's or skinny-wide's you won't need spacers. Go to the first page of this conversation if you don't want spacers and it says what offset to use.
 
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