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wheel/tire upgrade HELP

Discussion in 'General Side X Side Discussions' started by Rue, May 19, 2019.

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  1. Rue

    Rue RUBEN SXS Nation Rookie

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    2018 Polaris Razor S 900 4 seater EPS

    I own a 2018 Polaris RZR S4 900 EPS 4 Seater what size wheels/tires can I upgrade to without having to modify just leave machine stock so that I don't rub wheel wells and as not to cause loss of power or clutching issues.
     
  2. Curt

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    You can go to 30”. You’ll find some power loss and I’d recommend a clutch kit from Dirty Dawg Performance or Hunterworks but some guys do run them without it.
     
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    Curt beat me to the answer. I know he's had good experience with Dirty Dawg. I've used Hunterworks and they are very knowledgeable on clutches, belts, etc. I have a Duraclutch I got from them that I use on my General with 30" Roctanes. I do mostly slow rocky trails here in East TN, so ask who ever you go with what's best application for your typical type of riding. Good luck with your choices of tires and clutch.
     
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    2016 RZR 900s

    You can run 28" tires with no mods the RZR. I ran 28" tires on my 900s two seater with no issues.
     

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