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I just purchased a 2015 Ranger XP 900 base model. I know these questions have been asked numerous times but the more research I do the more confused I get....
I had decided to do a 14" msa m12 wheel & the 28" mega mayhem tire but then I was told by several people they were a rough/choppy a certain speed tire. I ride too much hardpack to have a rough tire. Then I was told that 28s look small on this Ranger & after looking at pics they're right! I do NOT want to lift my Ranger but I am planning on doing the super atv forward arms. I would like to run a 30" tire on 14" wheels, is this possible without a lift & just forward arms? I could live with minor rubbing. I like the radial outlaw tire but they're out of my budget, so now I'm looking hard at the Interco Interforce.... Now I'm thinking the 14" msa m12s with 30" interforce tires, also I see some run the same size tire/wheel on all 4 & others do narrower fronts. Which way should I go??? Any help is greatly appreciated!!!
 

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You can clear 30s fine with just forward arms. Personally I would run the same size tire. That way you can rotate it. A lot of people are running a 15" rim and truck tires which are typically lighter. The also will last the life of the ranger.
 

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30" Mongrels on 15" wheels. I use these riding around the neighborhood and trail riding. Like them so far for that. Have Terms for the mud. Picked the mongrels because they were one of the lightest tires I could find. Way smoother on the road, and quite a bit faster than the terms, I have a 5" lift, so the stock tires looked ridiculous on there, so I've never compared to the stockers
 

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Get the radial outlaws! I had the 30x10x14 all the way around my RZR there awesome, they rode almost as smooth as the factory bighorns and pulled great in mud. I was like you wanted an aggresive tire but rode a lot of hardpack. The radial outlaws are a great on hardpack and in mud. I was amazed at how smooth are.
 

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Great looking Ranger! To change the topic, what roof & windshield is that? I'm looking at Polaris pro fit accessories...
 
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