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Well I broke the seal!!!! Bought a lift

Well I,bought my 2007 prowler and serviced the fluids, turned the springs up and widened the battery box so I could put a larger battery in it. Super atv just forced me to buy a lift, good price and awesome shipping. Write up with before and after pics to come. I will be looking into tires for the spring. Thinking 28-30 inch but light since it is a 650 cc.
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Glad to hear, Yes kedp the tires light to save your diffs and cvs.
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Kit is shipped and I am excited. Pics and install to come. Drive with your braina dn axles tend to last longer. Just my opinion but i have off roaded for a decade and a half now.
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Sorry but its a fact that Arctic Cat CVs and Diffs dont like big HEAVY tires.
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Well if things break then it's time to upgrade!! Lol
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WEll two months of pushing snow and the lift seems great, no rattles or issues. Tire size in the spring will be 28 or 29 inch, light weight is a priority.
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Sounds good dude !
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I am thinking Mud Lites or Zilla/mud Zilla, Opinions??
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Well opunions on tires ar like but holes everyone has one Ive been runnind Big Horns for 5 years and love them
They are lite and they come in 29s now I have heard they not that good in mud but Ive had in mud with no probles.
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I forgot about the bighorn, I will look their weight up. Thanks!!!
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