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I have a 2017 viking with the original 25x8-12 tires on the front and 25x10-12 tires on the back. I just installed a 1 1/2 inch lift kit on it just to give me a little more clearance when i'm hunting. I want to buy a new set of tire and rims that won't break the bank. I'm thinking going to 27 inch tires. What do you think?
 

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Down here in AZ the first thing guys do is take off the OEM wheels and tires and go bigger, so there is no end to the deals you can get on full sets of like new tires and wheels. I picked up a set of 28x10x14 Mongrels on SS wheels for $400. The tires were about 75% and will last me a year or so, I didn't want to go bigger than 28's don't want to do a clutch just yet. The larger tires and wheels made a land of difference to the machine, looks completely different and will go almost anywhere.
 

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As above if you're going to make the change go to 28's, any bigger and you'll most likely have to do a clutch upgrade.
 

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What do you ride on? Hard pack, mud, rocks?

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It's pretty much my hunting ride. I ride on mountain roads that can be muddy, snow packed, or dry.
 

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My suggestion is 9" or 10" x 28" Zillas all around. You can probably use your stock rims to save money. They work well in mud and snow and are light. Not good for paved roads though. Asphalt is tough on them.

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