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Looking at buying some different tires for my bike. As most of you know the ones that come with it are 8" wide in the front and 10" wide in the back. Is there a problem with buying four tires the same width????? I really don't wanna go to wide in the back cause I don't want to start slinging mud on everything that would negate the fender flares I bought.. was thinking about 26x9x12 tires all the way around. Just wondering if there are any downsides to running all four tires the same width like that.
 

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I have 28x10x14 all the way around on mine. The only downside that I have found is that the front tires sling mud straight in the cab. I fabbed up some fender extensions that cured that problem, so I will continue to run them!
 

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can you fit 26x9x12 on the front stock rims and 26x11x12 on the rear stock wheels?????? I don't want to buy rims. I'm cool with the ones that are on it. But I want to know if the 9" wide on the front and the 11" wide on the back will fit the stock wheels. Help me haha
 

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I am running 26x10x12 and 26x12x12 Kenda Executioners on the stock aluminum rims.
 

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I also would like to upgrade the tires but I can't justify the money for cool looking wheels.
 

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Or I could ask it like this is guess. What all WIDTH tires will fit the stock rims???
I think most utv rims come one width fits all. You can get different diameters and offsets but the width seems pretty standard from what I've seen.
 
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There are a couple of ITP SS wheels that come in 7&8in widths with the correct offset.Also,some OMFs &HI-PERs.I went round&round trying to figure out wheels with different widths and correct offset,ended up putting on a set of factory YXZ beadlocks& 27s.
 

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Finally worn out my original tires on my 2016 Wolverine R-Spec EPS. Looking at replacing with a more durable tire. I live in an area where the terrain is dry hardpack and rocky was thinking of going with STI Roctane XD. Anyone know if these tires are more durable then the stock tires?

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