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10-29-2009, 08:39 PM
Grizzly 700 tire size

Im new here and I just bought a new 2009 700se last week. I was wondering what is the biggest tire size I could run without modifications. Also, I will be running the stock SE wheels. I have been looking at Kenda Executioners.
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Welcome to GC, armatt06. If you go with the kenda executioners they tend to run small. Check this tread out. And enjoy the new grizz.
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It looks like it might have been a quality control issue, but I will still keep it in mind when I get around to buying the tires.
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I have 28" silverbacks on mine. But have a freind has 29.5 outlaws on his and no lift and they have yet to rub...
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Did he do anything to upgrade the clutch or axles?
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10-29-2009, 11:36 PM
There are a lot of people running 30" zillas, mudlights, mudzillas WITHOUT a lift or stronger axles, on 700 grizzs. Clutch is needed. Having to get better axles will all depend on what kind of throttle thumb you have.

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clutch mods were my biggest concern, thats why I posted this under engine/trans
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Clutching for the tires will be neither very hard or expensive. EPI secondary spring and weights and maybe a shim mod all at the same time for under $50 probably. Directions on how to do it are all over the place.

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I had no idea it was that cheap. I might as well just buy that when I get the tires. I have decided to get 27 inch executioners. Anybody know a place with good prices?
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my two cents:
i have a 700 and run 27" swamp lites (they run bigger) w/ itp ss112's i dont need a clutch but did loose a lil umph off the bottom end ijust have to uselow gear once ina while where as i didnt use it all before. riding double up they dont rub unless i really hit a rut/ bump hard
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I running 30in Mud Lights with no lift I do have my springs turned to the stiffest setting they do rub a little if you lode it down or jump it and land hard I have been having them for a wile and now the never rub because the tiers actually ate away the small amount that was rubbing right I front of the back tires. You should not have any problem with 27's but I think bigger is better good luck. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
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I have 28" silverbacks on mine. But have a freind has 29.5 outlaws on his and no lift and they have yet to rub...

Hey - im from PA and ride down in DeepCreek Maryland. I currently have Honda 300ex and need to get rid of it.

In the spring im buying a 2014 Grizz 700 EPS. Would anyone reccommend a different Utility Quad? I've been riding racing quads my whole life.

Also, do you have any pics of your 28" Silverbacks. I am either getting those tires or terminators or pitbulls.

The terminators are ridiculous.
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