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Biggest tire wheel combo's to fit on a stock 700 with no mods??

Hi everyone, I am a long time reader and first time poster. I have a grizz 450 but am soon going to purchase a 700 and I need your help. I have searched the threads trying to find my answer but could not find exactly what I was looking for so my question is how big a tire can I run on a stock 700 with no mods? I narrowed my tire selection down to Zillas or Big Horns and I will be using 14" ITP's. Having said that it looks like I will have to get 26" Big Horns although some aftermarket sites suggest they make a 27" Big Horn. Does anyone know if that is fact? So as far as Zillas how big could I go? I ride mostly trails with my family but like to play a little in the mud. Any help would be appreciated.
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You can run 30s without a lift, would want to do clutch work though. 26-27b no mods really needed.
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You can only get 27" BH Originals for 12" rims. Not available for 14" rims. 27" not available in BH 2.0's.

You can run up to 29-30" inch tires depending on brand (actual dia) without a lift kit if you adjust the shock preloads to the highest setting - there may be some minor rubbing on true 30" dia. Some brands run true to size and some don't.

You "will" want to do clutch work to restore lost bottom end if you go with 28" dia or more. You "may" want to do some clutch work with 27" tires depending on how heavy the tire is.
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I would go 26" Bighorns and not look back... These Grizzlies already have plenty of ground clearance and the BH's are an incredible all around tire!
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Thanks everyone for your input. I consider myself more of an explorer than a mudder so I will probably go with the BH in 26". My whole family rides and I have 4 quads to maintain and it can get to be a real chore at times as I am anal about maintaining and keeping everything in perfect running order.

I have a 6 y/o on a trx 90 and he could find every mudhole with a blindfold on, I have pulled him out numerous times already. If dad gets some big ole mud tires I know I'll use them and sonny boy will be right behind me and everytime I see a quad submerged in mud all I see is $$$$$$$$$ !!
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BTW, if weight is a concern, ITP SS 14" wheels weigh about 3 to 4 lbs more per wheel than the 12" SS wheels depending on the style.
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I say go with the Zilla's only cause I dont like the non aggressive tires, I just dont see the point in having a 4x4 without mud tires on it. Not taking anything away from these guys on here or the big horns cause I am sure they are a good tire. I just prefer the mud tires.
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I have 30" mudlites with 14" motosport alloys with no lift. They do good. Ive heard abt people with 30" mudlites walking all over outlaws and stuff but idk i just got my bike 5 days ago, i went on one ride and for what i went threw with it stock and still trying to break it in it did good


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Good question navvin. I just got my 700 2 weeks ago and will be tire/wheel shopping come tax time. So for the guys with 27", I'm reading that no clutch work needs to be done?
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Good question navvin. I just got my 700 2 weeks ago and will be tire/wheel shopping come tax time. So for the guys with 27", I'm reading that no clutch work needs to be done?
Depends on what tire you get, and how you ride. I didn't 'need' to adjust my clutch with 27s, BUT for how I ride, it was a very good idea.
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[QUOTE=Ole Nasty;195231]Good question navvin. I just got my 700 2 weeks ago and will be tire/wheel shopping come tax time. So for the guys with 27", I'm reading that no clutch work needs to be done?[/QUOTE

If you don't mind your machine feeling sluggish and lathargic in the bottom end compared to stock, then yes, you don't need any clutch mods.
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I have 30" mudlites with 14" motosport alloys with no lift. They do good. Ive heard abt people with 30" mudlites walking all over outlaws and stuff but idk i just got my bike 5 days ago, i went on one ride and for what i went threw with it stock and still trying to break it in it did good


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Stucklites walking all over Outlaws? LMAO not even in 2wd.
There not even his tires there mine... They do go through alot of stuff but not compared to laws. IMO there is not a tire out there that will out performe laws in the mud...
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I just got my bike, will messing with the clutch void my warranty? I might have to go with 26" zillas instead of 27"s.
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I just got my bike, will messing with the clutch void my warranty? I might have to go with 26" zillas instead of 27"s.
You definitely dont need a clutch kit for 27 inch zillas. I have 27 inch zillas and they are pretty much the same height as my dads 26 inch mud lites, they run pretty short. I think they are actually lighter than 26 inch mud lites too.

You probably wont even be able to notice the difference between stockers and 27 inch zillas as far as them sucking up power.
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