Having a friendly debate is pointless because you can’t seem to grasp the concept. You can’t compare dirt tires to paddles in terms of clutching. It doesn’t matter if the dirt tires are taller or heavier. They have very little drag compared to paddles, yes paddles that are lighter have far more drag. There is also far more width adding to that drag on a paddle tires. And when you talk a heavy paddle that drag and loss of power only increases. So again you can’t say that because the stock clutch is geared for a 32” dirt tire that it automatically is geared for a lighter 32” paddle tire. That simply doesn’t carry over or translate. Sure it can work, hell you can probably put 35” paddle tires and get around. However, your ideal rpm range will be out of wack, your power to the ground will be far less, your belt temps will be increased and you’ll have more wear and tear on all drive components as well as the engine. Just clutch it right for 32” paddles and that clutching isn’t stock, the true fix is actually a 10% gear reduction in the diff. Or just run a 30” paddle, your stock gearing and clutching will translate far better to it. You’ll have better performance, lower temps, and be able to hold your rpm in peak power easier. I’ll put money on that all day. Go try to have this argument with Airdam, good luck.