Going from 25 tires to 26 an from 12 to 14 rims can I tell any power loss on machine will I be happy without clutch kit thanks.
Thanks a lot I am lookin at the 26 x 9 12 for the fronts tusk trilobites they look like big horns do you think they are pretty light an a good one to pick .Incase you were looking at the Tusk Terrabites I just ran across the weights for the sizes you would most likely run on a 570. I have these on my 570 and like them but I wish they were a bit lighter. I went from a set of 26" bighorns to the 27" Terra's and my first thought was "Woah, these are heavy" as compared to my bighorns on the exact same wheels. I never felt I needed a clutch kit with the bighorns but I am looking at getting one now that I have the Terrabites.
From Rocky Mtn Q&A:
Will these tires be to heavy for my 570 rzr? I currently run 27" Bighorns
Brad on Aug 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Here are the weights of the different tire sizes from which you can determine if they would be appropriate for your application.27x9-12 - 30 lbs.27x11-12 - 32.7 lbs.28x10-14 - 32.8 lbs.30x10-14 - 34.9 lbs.
The guy I bought my 570 from had a set of the trilobites that he included with it. They rode exactly the same as the bighorns but wore alot faster. They seemed to be a softer rubber compound.Thanks a lot I am lookin at the 26 x 9 12 for the fronts tusk trilobites they look like big horns do you think they are pretty light an a good one to pick .
That's what I liked the most about going with the 26" Coronados was that I'd only give up 1/4 inch in ride height compared to the 27" RipSaws. The Coronados are 8 ply tires vs RipSaws at 6ply and very soft rubber. Was a triple win with the almost 15 lbs weight savings.If I were to do it again I would be taking a good look at the Maxxis Ceros or Coronados for the lighter overall weight.
The only thing I liked about the RipSaws was that extra stiff sidewall. Just like the Terra's, you can ride a very short/slow/straight distance flat on them. I carry a plug kit with me, but I got a pinch flat on my RipSaws once that was so close to the wheel that it couldn't be plugged. I drove it out over terrain 3 miles to my truck. With a pinch flat, the tire is toast anyway.The nice thing about the terrabites is, that on the 570, they are almost a run flat tire with how stiff the side walls are in my experience.
Ive run the Maxxis Ceros on my ride for three years now and they ride much smoother than stock and being directional they handle great on the trails or the roadsThanks do they ride choppy on hard ground or pavement an are they a lot smooter than stock tires im lookin for something that rides good an handles well I like the way they look.