New X2 on portals and 32s
This is a discussion on New X2 on portals and 32s within the Yamaha Wolverine X2/X4 Builds forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; Originally Posted by Grizzlysituation
Are you rubbing on the inner fender well? I am with 31s.
Yes a bit a full lock. It's not bad ...
Yes a bit a full lock. It's not bad enough for me to change anything or compromise my driving style.
Originally Posted by Grizzlysituation
That's a very bad ass ride there! Good job! The only thing I sorta dislike about the portals is how wide they make it but it looks like yours is the best case because of the backspacing on the wheels you choose. The Portal looks like it tucks in the wheel nice and is hidden for the most part right, Did you do this intentionally? What is the back spacing on those wheels? Portals are my next big move and just asking to try and get the best wheel to tuck that portal in as good as possible ya know. now that you have it, is there another wheel that will tuck it better or u wish u went with instead? Thanks for the help man and have fun! Oh and what axles did you go with? Super atv said they recommend an upgrade like the rino 2.0 but it's not 100% nessacary for these bikes.
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