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holy crap thats huge , lol
 

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the problem with serious lifts, where big tires come into play is these machines are not really made for rough hard core riding with those accesories on them. rough riding is the key issue. that leads to failures and breaks and excessive wear of other parts.
 

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the problem with serious lifts, where big tires come into play is these machines are not really made for rough hard core riding with those accesories on them. rough riding is the key issue. that leads to failures and breaks and excessive wear of other parts.
Your right BUT isn't that what offroaders do?
 

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Your right BUT isn't that what offroaders do?
When I had a Jeep the Jeepers that modified their vehicles for serious offroading didn't just change their tires. They modified axles, brakes, suspension parts, etc to match the larger tires or other mods. These are guys that are moving slow over terrain that we move much faster over. I think most UTV owners think that these vehicles can take serious mods without changing other parts and get upset if the vehicles fail. Tires that big on a Maverick will need other parts beefed up as well.
 

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the problem with serious lifts, where big tires come into play is these machines are not really made for rough hard core riding with those accesories on them. rough riding is the key issue. that leads to failures and breaks and excessive wear of other parts.
Did you get that straight out of the warranty manual? We buy these things to mod and drive to a point of failure. Can't knock someone (not saying you are) for customizing their mav to their liking. To each their own. I'll never have a bike w paddle tires on it. I think it looks silly but that's just me. Also by doing things like these big lift and tires allows the different vendors to make better and stronger parts. Keeping this market and "sport" that we love alive and competitive.
 

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I think 32 is a bit overkill myself and like the looks of 30's. if you drive sensible you could make the parts last too. Tires like that I think wouldn't be good for all around use, if all I did was crawl then that would be a sweet setup.
 

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