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04-29-2012, 12:21 AM
30" silverbacks on 550!!

hey guys I just got me a new set of 30x9 silverback but my question is.. Is anybody running 30" silverbacks on a 550? And if so how do they handle? Thanks
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How do they handle flying around trails? Not too good. Pulling through a mud hole? Great.
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Better get some clutch work done.

Those silverbacks will be a tad better in the mud than your mud lites. Not a lot, just a tad.


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You will love the backs in the mud. The 550 will handle them okay, but you will want clutch work in the thick stuff. Also, I recommend a fuel controller since you are running and after market exhaust.
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