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Right now the Mud Bi***es I have on it now are just 2 pounds short of the same weight and it'll still carry 300 lbs of deer corn and myself just fine. I also plan on doing the fuel management and the grizzly clutch weights too.
 

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The STI outbacks max's are like 50lbs a piece according to there website for a 27" tire. That's why I was saying they might affect performance VS stock one. I'm not sure how much the stock tires weigh but I would have to guess like half of that.
 

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Been a long week and haven't been able to post until now. Got the tires and wheels on and I couldn't be happier. Power loss is minimal compared to what some people where saying it would be but not really enough to justify me doing a clutch weight swap. Tires rode extremely smooth on hard packed ground. The deer lease that I'm on has a swamp that's about 3ft deep and it pushed through it with no problems at all in 2wd. Went with the 4+3 wheel offset and has zero rubbing and man does it look mean!!
 

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Been a long week and haven't been able to post until now. Got the tires and wheels on and I couldn't be happier. Power loss is minimal compared to what some people where saying it would be but not really enough to justify me doing a clutch weight swap. Tires rode extremely smooth on hard packed ground. The deer lease that I'm on has a swamp that's about 3ft deep and it pushed through it with no problems at all in 2wd. Went with the 4+3 wheel offset and has zero rubbing and man does it look mean!!
Outstanding your machine looks awesome!
 
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