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  • 30" Sedona Inlaws on Teryx

    Upgraded my wheels and tires this weekend and bolted on a 2" lift.


    "I'd rather be fishing!"

  • #2
    Are those the same as the "Mudder Inlaws"....noticed on Craigs List guy is carrying them now, looks a lot like the Terminators...

    ...either way, looks good...

    You running stock clutching?
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    pull my finger....

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    • #3
      Yes that is the same tire. I have stock clutching now, but not for long. Going to try the EPI clutch kit soon before I start destroying belts.
      "I'd rather be fishing!"

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      • #4
        OP, have you noticed any difference in handling with the 2" lift kit? I have looked at putting a lift kit on our Prowler, but am concerned about it getting 'tippy'.

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        • #5
          It actually feels more stable. The relocation of the shocks makes it stiffer, plus the tires are wider.
          "I'd rather be fishing!"

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Grayling Slayer View Post
            Yes that is the same tire. I have stock clutching now, but not for long. Going to try the EPI clutch kit soon before I start destroying <tundra>
            fixed it...
            I bought a similar set and could barely turn the handle bars.
            And those treads deal carnage to tundra in epic proportions...

            I love to ride but those things are brutal...
            Proud to be an American!

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            • #7
              Speaking from experience, go ahead and order both front axles now. Find a quality set, Highlifter, Gorilla, or Rhino, not sure if you can get Teryx axles from Rhino though. My machine is set up to run 30"'s and I still bust axles. Now I am worried about the front diff, it's making a strange noise when spinning both fronts in the goo.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Fishkill View Post
                Speaking from experience, go ahead and order both front axles now. Find a quality set, Highlifter, Gorilla, or Rhino, not sure if you can get Teryx axles from Rhino though. My machine is set up to run 30"'s and I still bust axles. Now I am worried about the front diff, it's making a strange noise when spinning both fronts in the goo.
                What is the angle of your axles?....
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                • #9
                  Couldn't tell you the exact angle, but it is a XMR which comes with stronger axles than other Outlanders. Still eats axles if I am not careful with the throttle, of course with the few mods I have, it is putting out around 80 horses too.

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                  • #10
                    2010-11 xmrs had problems with the gorilla axles and they updated the axles since.. My buddy destroyed a axle in his xmr this past weekend


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                    • #11
                      Holy crap those are huge tires!!! If you take it easy you might not burn through axles... to bad. I have a 2" lift on my rhino and 27" tires. My axle angle is maxed out.

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                      • #12
                        The picture of the tire comparison is pretty impressive! I hope it goes the places that it appears it can...very nice set up.

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