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Yes they will fit, we just put a set on my sons 900 trail eps ,he put 2 inch spacers on because the offset is more inward on these rims compared to the trails rims!
 

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2 different 900 trails I attempted this with. 900 Trail #1 (2015 900 trail EPS) required a set of 1 inch spacers to keep the rear from rubbing. 52 inch width. Bandit 46 2.0 shocks, 29 inch BH tires, no rubbing. 900 Trail #2 (2019 900 trail EPS) also required a set of 1 inch spacers to clear the rear. 52 inch width. Exit shocks, 29 inch BH tires, front rubbed under hard compression.... heated inner fenders and reformed ... problem solved. The 2015 machine is mine and I just put a set of 28x10x14 carnivores on with 14x7 wheels with 5+2 offset. 51.5 inches wide and no rubbing issues at all, plus it looks killer!
 

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Done. Had to take the rear seat bar off and cut the rear axle guards. The front was good. Still think I may heat up the fender wells and push them in a bit for that little peace of mind. 20190811_171512_1565563405287.jpg
 

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2 different 900 trails I attempted this with. 900 Trail #1 (2015 900 trail EPS) required a set of 1 inch spacers to keep the rear from rubbing. 52 inch width. Bandit 46 2.0 shocks, 29 inch BH tires, no rubbing. 900 Trail #2 (2019 900 trail EPS) also required a set of 1 inch spacers to clear the rear. 52 inch width. Exit shocks, 29 inch BH tires, front rubbed under hard compression.... heated inner fenders and reformed ... problem solved. The 2015 machine is mine and I just put a set of 28x10x14 carnivores on with 14x7 wheels with 5+2 offset. 51.5 inches wide and no rubbing issues at all, plus it looks killer!
Curious why did you choose to move to Carnivores? Also where did you end up getting your take offs from? Talked to the local dealer on the potential of getting 1000 front takes to go on all fours, we'll see...
 

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2 different 900 trails I attempted this with. 900 Trail #1 (2015 900 trail EPS) required a set of 1 inch spacers to keep the rear from rubbing. 52 inch width. Bandit 46 2.0 shocks, 29 inch BH tires, no rubbing. 900 Trail #2 (2019 900 trail EPS) also required a set of 1 inch spacers to clear the rear. 52 inch width. Exit shocks, 29 inch BH tires, front rubbed under hard compression.... heated inner fenders and reformed ... problem solved. The 2015 machine is mine and I just put a set of 28x10x14 carnivores on with 14x7 wheels with 5+2 offset. 51.5 inches wide and no rubbing issues at all, plus it looks killer!
Curious why did you choose to move to Carnivores? Also where did you end up getting your take offs from? Talked to the local dealer on the potential of getting 1000 front takes to go on all fours, we'll see...
I got my take offs from my RS1. I moved to Carnivores because of the size availability and the reviews on them. Plus they look killer! I’m really happy with them so far, I’ve even put them on my RS1.
 
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