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I have a 2012 rzr 570. I have stock size aluminum le wheels with the stock tires. I want to upgrade to some Bighorn tires. What would be the biggest size I could go without rubbing?



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I am wondering about this too. I have a set of original Bighorns 26x9x12 front and 26 x12 x12 rear and wonder if they would fit stock wheels on the 570.
 

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I've read that the 26" will work. But I'd like to know if I could go bigger.


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I am okay with the height but I am concerned about the 12 inch rear width and rubbing.
 

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the 26" bighorns fit just fine. no rub at all, anywhere. but they are damn tight in front when flexed, i don't know if any more would fit without modding floorboards.



front at full flex(i have no sway bars):

 

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the 26" bighorns fit just fine. no rub at all, anywhere. but they are damn tight in front when flexed, i don't know if any more would fit without modding floorboards.

Are you running 12 x12 rear and 9x 12 front?
 

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the 26" bighorns fit just fine. no rub at all, anywhere. but they are damn tight in front when flexed, i don't know if any more would fit without modding floorboards.



front at full flex(i have no sway bars):

Do you have a lift on your 570?


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the 26" bighorns fit just fine. no rub at all, anywhere. but they are damn tight in front when flexed, i don't know if any more would fit without modding floorboards.

Are you running 12 x12 rear and 9x 12 front?
yes, factory S takeoffs.

the 26" bighorns fit just fine. no rub at all, anywhere. but they are damn tight in front when flexed, i don't know if any more would fit without modding floorboards.



front at full flex(i have no sway bars):

Do you have a lift on your 570?


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all stock.
 

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the 26" bighorns fit just fine. no rub at all, anywhere. but they are damn tight in front when flexed, i don't know if any more would fit without modding floorboards.

Are you running 12 x12 rear and 9x 12 front?
yes, factory S takeoffs.

the 26" bighorns fit just fine. no rub at all, anywhere. but they are damn tight in front when flexed, i don't know if any more would fit without modding floorboards.



front at full flex(i have no sway bars):

Do you have a lift on your 570?


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all stock.

Did you notice any clutch issues or lack of climbing power?
 

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actually feels faster/quicker/more powerful on these.

climbs like a champ.

for a budget setup, it is amazing.

0 regrets.
 

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actually feels faster/quicker/more powerful on these.

climbs like a champ.

for a budget setup, it is amazing.

0 regrets.
Great !

Last question, are the rims off set the same on what you have as the stock 570 rims?
 

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actually feels faster/quicker/more powerful on these.

climbs like a champ.

for a budget setup, it is amazing.

0 regrets.
Great !

Last question, are the rims off set the same on what you have as the stock 570 rims?
as far as i know, the stock S/Le wheels are the same offset as steel wheels.
i know it sure didn't make it look any wider. maybe an inch due to adding an inch of tire width.
 

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Your tire set up looks great!!


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actually feels faster/quicker/more powerful on these.

climbs like a champ.

for a budget setup, it is amazing.

0 regrets.
Great !

Last question, are the rims off set the same on what you have as the stock 570 rims?
as far as i know, the stock S/Le wheels are the same offset as steel wheels.
i know it sure didn't make it look any wider. maybe an inch due to adding an inch of tire width.
Thanks for all of your help! I have a set of bighorns on my grizzly that I am selling that I will keep for sure now.
 

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Nobody has issues with the weight? The rear tires are heavier than many mud tires and you don't even get the benefit of a taller tire.
 
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