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Thinking of going 14” STI HD3’s with 27x9 fronts and 27x11 rear Big Horn 2.0’s ( reason for these tires, heard they are lighter then the originals and they don’t have the white letter side wall). Main question, will these fit on a stock 18’ Grizzly LE without any rubbing ? Also is it a must to do clutch work going with this size? I was originally gonna go with 28’s but heard clutch work was a must. Any info would be great. All I do is trail ride and plow my driveway, no mudding at all..
 

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Thinking of going 14” STI HD3’s with 27x9 fronts and 27x11 rear Big Horn 2.0’s ( reason for these tires, heard they are lighter then the originals and they don’t have the white letter side wall). Main question, will these fit on a stock 18’ Grizzly LE without any rubbing ? Also is it a must to do clutch work going with this size? I was originally gonna go with 28’s but heard clutch work was a must. Any info would be great. All I do is trail ride and plow my driveway, no mudding at all..
They won't rub and will clear fenders and frame without issue. On the clutching side of things, I'm 100% sure you can get by without ANY clutch work with that set up. Simply utilize your Low range a bit more when required.
 

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Thinking of going 14” STI HD3’s with 27x9 fronts and 27x11 rear Big Horn 2.0’s ( reason for these tires, heard they are lighter then the originals and they don’t have the white letter side wall). Main question, will these fit on a stock 18’ Grizzly LE without any rubbing ? Also is it a must to do clutch work going with this size? I was originally gonna go with 28’s but heard clutch work was a must. Any info would be great. All I do is trail ride and plow my driveway, no mudding at all..
My buddy runs 28 inch BH 2.0s with no clutch work on rubbing on his 07 700 and x2 on using low range a little more.
 

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Not quite sure what you mean by more low range needed. Sorry I’m new to The ATV world. I thought low range was only for steep hills and getting stuck? Do I need to be in low range just cruising trails? Sorry lol. Not quite sure when it’s needed for the riding I do. I just trail ride and plow my driveway
 

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Curious, do you have any pics? Would like to see what this setup looks like
 
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