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Why wouldnt 9.5 wide fit on stock rim?... Your factory tires 9... .5 isnt going to be a difference.

Those clutch kits are a waste of money, clock the secondary and drill out the rollers, grind out the reducer in the intake snorkel, open up the exhaust and rejet it.
 

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I just want to be able to run those tires without issues do i have to do all of that to run them? or can i just go slow lol and not go real fast?
 

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thanks Rick, so this would all i need to do to be able to run the tires on my 650?
 

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its the second heaviest atv tire on the market...you need any and all mods, including better axles
 

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Agreed. Also they are for a 14 inch rim (but I think that's what you have anyway).

They are great tires, but are in the top 3 as far as weight is concerned (32 Silverback, ALL the Mambas, and then the OL2).

If the 650 has 3.1 differentials, you're going to want to do all your clutch work and at least go with 3.6s. I run 4.0s in my V2 with Teryx gears so I'm geared just a touch lower than a 650 with 3.6 gears. Without clutching I could still burn a belt in the thick, concrete-esque mud. Now with VFJ's primary I can wheelie no problem and belt slip is all but eliminated. I think with 3.6s in your ride and some REALLY good clutching you will be alright 95% of the time. If you have 4.0s, then you should honestly be fine with some halfway decent clutch work.

I'm just not sure on what gears come in the 650s anymore. 3.6 and you're okay, 4.0 and you should be set.
 

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650 mudpro..actual all current cats are 3.1s, i dont think any come with different now
 

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I thought the 650 came with 3.6 diffs, but I could be wrong.
 

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nope 2011 mudpro 650 is 34t ring gear and 11t pinion......im pretty sure cat got rid of all diffs but 3.1s now
 

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I guess I better hang on to my spare set of 3.6's lol
 

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Well if that's the case then I can't suggest Oultaw 2s on a 650 with 3.1s. Even with major clutch work I think you'll have some issues in really thick mud.
 

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i agree...im worried my 700 with 3.6s will have issues
 

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Outlaw
29.5x10x12 = 38
29.5x12x12 = 40

Outlaw 2

29.5x9.5x14 = 47
29.5x11x14 = 53
 

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Damn that's a lot more per corner
 

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Damn that's a lot more per corner
This is why...bigger tire, way more lug, way more side lug and harder rubber compound

31 outlaw beside 29.5 ol2



29.5 outlaw..29.5 outlaw 2....32 inch silverback

 

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no only if they were wicked light.. did you already get 14" wheels.
 
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