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This is a discussion on X4 with Carnivores within the Wheels & Tires forums, part of the General Discussions category; Originally Posted by Riddler6.7 Those are very good tires indeed, but super heavy. I also love the Superatv intimidators but they are ridiculously heavy too. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riddler6.7 View Post
    Those are very good tires indeed, but super heavy. I also love the Superatv intimidators but they are ridiculously heavy too.

    I have no complaints about the Carnivores so far. I chose them over the Terrabites because they are a little more aggressive and I believe will do better in the muddy stuff.

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    I agree with you about the weight, but I will say that I don't notice very much difference with these 27" tires. I spent months trying to decide. There are so many great tires out there.

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    Bump. What tire pressure do you like with the 28" Carnivores on beadlocks?

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    Do the 28" Carnivores actually measure 28" ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DILLIGAF View Post
    Do the 28" Carnivores actually measure 28" ?
    Ive got mine at 12 psi and they measure about 28 1/8" off the machine and 27 3/4" when mounted. I experienced minor rubbing in the rear during some very hard trail riding. I am very happy with these tires so far. They ride very nice, quiet on concrete, they handle well on trails and even did better than I expected in mud. I highly recomend them.

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    I got a lead on some 29x9.5x15 Carnivores, pretty stoked the are actually true to size. Should fit the X2 like a charm !
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    I installed 28x10-14 Carnivores this morning. I used Tusk Nebo 14x7 beadlock rims. With the stock wheels at 16psi and the front shock preload on the 2nd from softest setting my clearance was 10-1/16" in the front and 10-1/8" in the rear. With the Carnivores @ 12psi I rode it to settle the suspension and measured 12" in the front and 11-1/2" in the rear. So I gained nearly 2" in the front and 1-1/2" in the rear.

    As far as the Nebo rims, I like the look of them but probably wouldn't recommend them just because of the valve stem access. I installed 7/8" long stems (the shortest I could find) and it's still nearly impossible to get my fingers in there to get the caps on and off to check the pressure. I could install 90 degree valve stems but then they'd be sticking out where they'd catch on things. I may actually install 90 degree stems but have them point to the inside if they'll clear everything when the wheels spin. The offset of the rim would protect them on the inside and they wouldn't be hard to get to. The centercaps that came with them are too shallow for the X4 spindle so I left them off for now. I'm hoping Tusk makes deeper centercaps. Also, why do they use inch bolts for the beadlock ring? All of these machines are metric. This isn't a 1978 Ford Pinto when it was normal to mix and match inch and metric hardware. Bizarre. All that said, these are my first beadlocks and installing tires on a beadlock rim is a dream compared to a normal rim.

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    I have the same experience with my tusk Tetons. Getting the cap off of the valve stem is super annoying. Other than that, great wheels.

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    Great lift! I'm about to install my carnivores 28x10x14. I currently have BH 2.0 27" at 14 psi and my front (X2 in standard preload setting ) is front 10", rear 11.25.
    Looking forward to some extra clearance as the spring seemed to have settled a lot.

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    Did y’all install any wheel spacers, I think I am going with the 28” carnivores on my X4 but I want to make sure I get everything I need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowtech32 View Post
    Did y’all install any wheel spacers, I think I am going with the 28” carnivores on my X4 but I want to make sure I get everything I need.
    I put them on, but only because SuperATV was having a sale at the time. They're not necessary if you don't mind the rear tire spacing being 3" narrower than the front (assuming you use the same rim offset on all 4 wheels).

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