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GarrettWoodOver 5 months agoLocation: Paragould, AR 72450, USA
Fit a stock 2008 honda rincon 680?
Over 5 months ago
unfortunately the 30x11-14 will not fit your stock wheel. However If the size you need is available through one of our suppliers, we would be happy to order it for you. Please contact one of our sales professionals to inquire about special orders and availability. Dirt Bike / ATV: 1-888-676-8853
OEM Stock Sizes for a 2008 Honda RINCON 680 4X4 Front Tire: 25x8-12 Rear Tire: 25x10-12
what is the weight difference and the trend difference between the too.
Over 9 months ago
It will vary depending on what size of tire you choose. You can find the tire specifications at the Maxxis.com links below. Mudzilla http://www.maxxis.com/catalog/tire-178-110-mudzilla Zilla http://www.maxxis.com/catalog/tire-189-110-zilla
Joey1 year 10 months agoLocation: Winter Haven, FL, USA
I was wondering if this tire will fit my stock 2014 polaris rzr 570 LE? Also, do these come with rims so that they are ready to install right away?
I am also putting a 3 inch lift kit on my rzr before installing the tires. The lift kit mounts underneath the stock springs for additional lift. It was the most affordable way for more clearance at about $200. Thanks you for your help!
1 year 10 months agoLocation: Portland, OR, USA
This would just be the tire (not the wheel) and it looks like your Polaris came stock with 12" rims where as this tire would need to be mounted on a 14" rim. Unfortunately I do not show that we would carry any 14" rims for that 2014 Polaris RZR 570.
Cody2 years 4 months agoLocation: Millican, TX, USA
Beetween mudzillas and silverbacks which are better on a 2013 polaris sportsman 400 ho with a clutch kit and hmf muffler?
2 years 4 months agoLocation: Portland, OR, USA
This would depend on what kind of riding you intend to do. If you are more of a pure mud rider, the Silverbacks are the way to go and will outperform the Mudzillas in the nasty mud any day. If you are a more rounded rider, and ride multiple terrains, the Mudzillas offer a smooth ride and will wear a little better than the Silverbacks but wont perform quite as well in the mud.