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post #1 of 5 Old 01-18-2010, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
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stock 2008 650 Bruteforce, strait axel, stock tires and rims...what is your opinion about relacing the stock tires with Zilla MU01 At27X9X12 FRONT
ZILLA AT27X11X12 REAR ok for stock rims? Clearance problems? The tires I think will fit my stye of riding some gravel roads, mostly fields and muddy swamp land very few hills thanks
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Don't know size wise, but I have zilla's and so far love them, seem very tough. Traction is very good. They are a bit rough for the first few mph though.

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yep they will fit i run 27's on my p 700 and they clear fine with no lift

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fit will be fine, however trying to spin them.... if i were you i eather get different clutch springs or a different clutch, stage 3 from VForce John, everyone talks about how B.A. it is

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Thanks for the feed-back this helps with my decision..........
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