This is a discussion on How big of tires can I use.. within the Grizzly Talk forums, part of the Grizzly Forums category; How big of tires can i put on my 2010 700 Grizz, How big can i go on the tires? since stock is 25 8x10? ...
27's you'll have more than enough clearance for SLs.... I know for a fact that you can run 28 SLs and have enough room... theres also no comparison between a 27 and 28 inch SL. the 28 is much more meaty but it all depends on your style of riding...
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Mhmm maybe i'll go to 27s?? but also spend more money that way :P. Im thinking getting Swamp Lites there a pretty good tire to eh? like I wont be going threw mud much. but would want a tire that would get me out for when i do, and i like to do spin outs on gravel roads to soo.. I heard Swamp Lites would be good for me then...
I just bought a set of Mud Lites on rims from the Yamaha dealer for my 700. I wanted 27" tires on 14" wheels, but the parts guy talked me out of them. He said I would have to change parts on the clutch to compensate for the 27" tires or I would lose a lot of power. He also mentioned broken axles, etc. become much more likely with the 27" tires.
So I went with 26" on 12" wheels. The 26", at 12 and 10 inches wide, are an inch wider than the 27" they had (11 and 9 inches wide), so I suppose the traction will be about the same.
We rolled the 26" and 27" over beside a Grizzly 700 in the showroom, and it did look as if the 27" would have clearance problems. The 27" also looked a lot more than one inch bigger than the 26". One reason might be that the 27" they have is a radial, while the 26" is a non-radial. Maybe the Mud Lite 27" tires really are bigger than 27"? I know this doesn't make sense but that's the way it seemed at the time.
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