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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 08:41 AM Thread Starter
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Tire suggestions for Rancher 350 (2001)

any tire suggestions for a 2001(?) rancher 350? A few things i'm considering is that its a smaller engine so want to try and stay close to stock tire size, and dont want to go with too heavy of a tire which i think will kill performance. Also i think this model may have the 11 inch rims? Its a 2x4 so need something decent to grip with - mostly rocky trail riding, a little mud but nothing too serious.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 09:06 AM
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I would buy a '06-'09 Foreman/Rubicon oem set of wheels.. take-offs from a dealer on e.bay they're 1" more than stock and a excellent long wearing tire thats not so heavy.

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what dblshock-power said.

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Jeff that is a good atv, with good gearing and power for its size. I have a friend with one that has 26" 589's and it does great. I would not go with anything over a 26" though. Hope this helps.
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I have a set of ITP Mudlites.....25" on my Rancher, the best thing I ever did for it.

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Jeffbu, what ever you get make sure they are a 6 ply tire. The stockers are like 3, or 4 ply. The rocks puts a hurten tires. If it was me I would look in a set Terracross R/T, or a set of Maxxis Big Horn Radial. Both will get you through the little mud holes, but they will excel on a rocky terrain. Hope this helps man.

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