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    Still tilt bed with spare carrier?

    https://shopyamaha.com/product/detai...&dealernumber=

    Is this attached entirely to the bed allowing you to still tilt it, or does it also attach to toll bars or frame?
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    You don't Li attaches to the bed. You have for use of your dumping cargo Box

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    2019 WOLVERINE X2 R-SPEC SE / Tactical Black
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    I don't want to give up the space for a tire.
    I've plugged many tires in the past and I carry a plug kit.
    IMHO this is one of the best kits.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    STI HD9 Matte Black Machined Beadlock Wheels
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    Rogue Powersports Powerscreen mesh windshield
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    Seizmik Halo-R Rearview Mirror & Pursuit Side View Mirrors
    Throttle-MAXX pedal

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    Not sure I want to (or even need to!) carry a spare. 8 ply Dirt Commanders aren't exactly fragile. In 30 years, I have only had to plug an ATV tire one time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by off road View Post
    Not sure I want to (or even need to!) carry a spare. 8 ply Dirt Commanders aren't exactly fragile. In 30 years, I have only had to plug an ATV tire one time.
    I had 2 in 2 separate trips...that was it for me...carry a spare now.

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    You shouldn't have any issues. A good quality tire with the proper air pressure.
    Most flats that I have seen, have come from guys running low PSI and getting pinch flats.
    Low PSI has it's traction advantages, but proper tire placement on trials is vital.
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