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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 09-22-2009, 04:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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Newbie Here!!!!!

Allright everyone I am as green as it gets when it comes to ATV anything. I always wanted a ATV growing up and I final bought a 03' Arctic Cat 500 4x4. My question is I am putting new tires on it. and I want to know what the biggest tires I can put on it. I am thinking about putting some spacers on it to, but that kinda depends on the tires I put on it. It is usted for utility mainly. Hauling the decoys out while we are hunting, Ice fishing, Snow plowing, ect.. But there is some playing around in the mud!!!!!! I would like to get as high as possible due to the plowed feilds and deep snow, but I was told I might have a HP problem is I get to big. I have original 25"s on there now.. So thats what I got let me know what you think..
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