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Any one run 27 big horns? and hate / like them?
I dont mind doing clutch work to raise engagement / shift out for bigger tires but if theres a height you "people" have noticed has been over kill for atvs id love to hear it. You all have much more exp then me on rocks and atv's.
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07 Artic Cat TRV 650H1
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3.25 qts oil
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There are clearly two camps on these tires, those that love them and those that don't. I'm not sure why people complain about weight when they are looking at 8 ply tires with lugs 1 1/4" deep, the way they're built they should be heavy. They run tall, about the same as the original Bighorns, usually about a 1/2 inch over so a 26.5 will be 27" at 6 psi. I don't see them lasting as long as the original Bighorns, but who wants to keep the same old tires that long anyway. Sidewalls are probably the weak spot on the Bighorn, I don't see ever cutting one of the Rockers, they are thick and tough. Best of all they're Made in America
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