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I just put a set of 27 inch GBC DIRT TAMER tires on my 2 seat pioneer on the factory rims and they look great and drives better than stock. I don't know why people are spending money on wheels when the factory wheels on the pioneer sets up more so you can use the money on something else instead of wheels. the GBC DIRT TAMER tires looks just like the BIG HORN tires but just cost 450 dollars and free shipping and that's 200 dollars less than the BIG HORN tires.
 

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What is everyone's insight on tire width I'm thinking of going with 27"s just debating if staying skinny is the best
Depends on your riding conditions, the wider the tire the more float on the soft terrain. You will see a lot of 10 wide on all 4 on the sxs, kind of a happy medium.

I just put a set of 27 inch GBC DIRT TAMER tires on my 2 seat pioneer on the factory rims and they look great and drives better than stock. I don't know why people are spending money on wheels when the factory wheels on the pioneer sets up more so you can use the money on something else instead of wheels. the GBC DIRT TAMER tires looks just like the BIG HORN tires but just cost 450 dollars and free shipping and that's 200 dollars less than the BIG HORN tires.
Aftermarket wheels not only give looks but also a wider stance for better stability and handling. Not everyone rides the same terrains so that is not something everyone needs.
 

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im currently running 27/10 and 27/12 on mine and I might go back to 8/10 later for weight/ performance on top end only
 

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I have no problem rubbing with 10s on front with stock rims. im just going to cut down on my foot print with less weight to help regain top speed. and itll give me a lil less track on the ground so ill be putting more torque down
 

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Is the 10, 12 combo taking too much torque away from the motor?
personally in my opinion if your riding on a lot of lose sand id say run wide man in wet or dry sand these tires do great and very seldom lock in 3wd or 4wd on sand unless im climbing and loaded
 

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I just put a set of 27 inch GBC DIRT TAMER tires on my 2 seat pioneer on the factory rims and they look great and drives better than stock. I don't know why people are spending money on wheels when the factory wheels on the pioneer sets up more so you can use the money on something else instead of wheels. the GBC DIRT TAMER tires looks just like the BIG HORN tires but just cost 450 dollars and free shipping and that's 200 dollars less than the BIG HORN tires.
I was looking at these for my dads big red when his bighorns give out. but for mine I paid 406 free shipping on tires :D
 
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