Best way to find out how the 27's work is to borrow your friends 27" wheels/tires and play around a little with them. You might have to do some clutch work going over 26's.
Yea, try doing a wheelie without that 200# weight on the back rack now....I have zilla 27 and I can wheelie in high and stand it straight up in low.
Video of it or it didn't happen!Have. No problem whatsoever. Put it in low range and it will pop her right up.
I run 29.5 outlaws and can still wheelie on the stuck clutch, but I don’t have quite enough low end power to spin all 4 in thick mudJust wondering what the opinions are on tire sizes with stock clutching on the 700. I know the kodiak has heavier clutch weights so I'm worried that if I go higher than 26s I'll get bad throttle response/clutch issues. My friend runs 27in mudlites on his '14 grizzly without any issues. I know his clutch is lighter, but my motor is bigger...soooo, would 27s be safe?