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This is a discussion on Terrabites and Yamaha clutch weights within the Wolverine X2/X4 General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; Originally Posted by MORSNO Nothing but props from me on my 27" Terrabites. My previous tires were super light Zilla's which weren't designed for the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MORSNO View Post
    Nothing but props from me on my 27" Terrabites. My previous tires were super light Zilla's which weren't designed for the weight of a SXS.

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    Morsno,

    Nice pic!! Mine will look a lot like yours. I’m on the fence about 27” vs 28” Terrabites though. What are your thoughts. Also, how are they in the mud and snow?
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    Went from big horn 2.0's 28-14's to 28'14 terra bites. Diff tread pattern. Love them so far. A little bit heavier. 2.0 were wore out. 4,000 miles tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolvie Hunter View Post
    Morsno,

    Nice pic!! Mine will look a lot like yours. I’m on the fence about 27” vs 28” Terrabites though. What are your thoughts. Also, how are they in the mud and snow?
    27" or 28" is really your choice, I chose 27" for just a little more ground clearance without sacrificing gearing to much and keeping my factory wheels, I have no desire to upgrade the clutch. They are an all-terrain type tread so they do alright in light mud crossings, but they will fill up like any truck tire with this lug pattern. My Wolverine stays in storage most of the winter, so I can't give you much a review in snow other than it's fun to take out for a spin or two occasionally to keep her lubed up and moving. I used my Grizzly for plowing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MORSNO View Post
    Nothing but props from me on my 27" Terrabites. My previous tires were super light Zilla's which weren't designed for the weight of a SXS.

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    Same here nothing but props from me when it comes to my 27" Terrabites !
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