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Looking for pictures and/or reviews from owners who have installed these tires on their RZR XP 1000's. I'm currently in the market for a set of replacement tires for my RZR Highlifter.

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Re: Anyone Running 32" Cryptid Tires On An XP 1000?

Bump, I'm wondering the same for a xpt
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Bump, I'm wondering the same for a xpt
We have a rider in our group with an 18 XP1K with 30"x10" Cryptid's in our riding group. I can say they are a good bit taller then my 29.5" OL2 tires. They definitely run true to size. I'm just worried they won't have enough tread spacing for the extreme mud I encounter.

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Re: Anyone Running 32" Cryptid Tires On An XP 1000?

Thanks for the feed back, I'm going back and forth between 30's and 32's- stability, fender rub. I dont do mud on purpose but I've been in situations ha and for snow bighorns are not cutting it.
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Thanks for the feed back, I'm going back and forth between 30's and 32's- stability, fender rub. I dont do mud on purpose but I've been in situations ha and for snow bighorns are not cutting it.
Enjoying the channel! More sxs!!!
Looking at getting out tomorrow actually for a snow run so stay tuned to the channel this should be good!

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