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Offline Drumwinch

32" tires, what clutch clock?
« on: December 13, 2016, 06:25:06 PM »
Doing a 3" lift and going to 32" mud tires on my new 800ex.
What clutch clock would y'all recommend? And sliders also? Don't care about top end all I do is slow mud ride.

And in another note,  has anyone sealed up stock air box and just snorkels it?
2017 zforce 800ex
3" bracket lift
Octane ridge doors
Half windshield
Custom snorkels
2 brothers exhaust

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Online NMKawierider

Re: 32" tires, what clutch clock?
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2016, 06:46:53 PM »
Doing a 3" lift and going to 32" mud tires on my new 800ex.
What clutch clock would y'all recommend? And sliders also? Don't care about top end all I do is slow mud ride.

And in another note,  has anyone sealed up stock air box and just snorkels it?
With that size tire you will want to be at A2 or even C2 as they are extremely heavy as well as a 24 or 23 gram slider. 22 if you are above 3900 feet. I'm not sure your CV joints have the ability to go more then a 2" lift but in any case, with those tires and with any lift, I would expect axle and differential problems. And I'm pretty sure your warranty will be voided too... so...

We have some posts of snorkeling these so, yes its been done...in several ways.
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Offline Drumwinch

Re: 32" tires, what clutch clock?
« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2016, 07:30:19 PM »
Thanks for the info, I will update as I go.
2017 zforce 800ex
3" bracket lift
Octane ridge doors
Half windshield
Custom snorkels
2 brothers exhaust