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I wouldn't use a skinny heavy mud tire for that. If you don't wanna go to 10" rears, Kenda Kutters or the original razr. There like $90 each for Kutters alot more for razr. The oem 9" wide rear is to skinny if you ask me, but the Kenda is the same size the Razr is wider.

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what size for the fronts do you think?
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Factory is 21x7x10" I like 22x7x10" keeps them same height as rears, and gives a little more ground clearance. Some run 23" up front for a more gncc look. But reportedly 23's will rub some nerf bars.

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How would a 22x8-10 front and a 23x8-11 rear work out?
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Would 23x8-11 rears and 23x7-10 fronts work? I'm looking at the Kenda Bear Claws

That will work just fine. I'd go with a 13 tooth front sprocket tho.

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Stay 23" front for a better ride

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8" wide rears? Yeah if you want a sport quad with a tractor looking tire. Just my opinion, get what you think will work best for you. Tires only last so long, so if you think wrong you can try again in a year or two. I'm on my 3rd set, but I tell you these GBC's are tough! They probably have 2 more seasons on them.

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8" wide rears? Yeah if you want a sport quad with a tractor looking tire. Just my opinion, get what you think will work best for you. Tires only last so long, so if you think wrong you can try again in a year or two. I'm on my 3rd set, but I tell you these GBC's are tough! They probably have 2 more seasons on them.
Yeah good catch, didn't realize the rears were 8 wide. Definitely need 10 or 11 wide in the rear.
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Would a 24x10-11 rear work?
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That's what I have.

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