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So, I have not decided which times & wheels to get (thinking about M21's in 15 with 28" EFX MotoClaw), but I installed my lift with the factory tires/wheels...




I was curious what one would like with the factory tires, so I am posting this for reference.

As a side note, I really like the kit. The fit was great, and it looks amazing.
 

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The Motoclaw tire looks awesome but they are some heavy jokers. I'm still torn between the claws and roctanes. I'm leaning towards 30" roctanes due to weight. If you get the claws please post a pic as I haven't seen too many with claws. Heck post a pic anyway, never too much ranger porn. :)
 

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Ya, they are heavy. I am wanting a DOT tire in 15" with the rear being a slight bit wider than that front, so that is why I am leaning that way. It is funny how additive the photos are on this site. I feel like I have a problem. I check this site way more often than I should.
 

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Man I'm glad it still looks good with the stock set up. I've ordered the outkast lift and ganna run 30" monster mayhems. Sometimes though we ride where there is a lot of sand and I believ stock tires will be better. How did the install go? Did you go full kit? I got the front arms and rear bracket lift.
 

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I did the full kit. It did take me several hours, but I am very particular about my work. I used the spec from a 2014 service manual to get the torque setting, and I have a 20ton shop press, so the ball joints were not too much of a pane. All & all it went great.

The axels are in a bind at full drop, so I have ordered some limiting straps, which I wish that I had prior to do the install, so that I could have done them at the same time.
 

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Here's mine with the 3" outkast and 30" efx motoclaw tires on m12 diesel wheels , they are a heavy tire in my opinion. , but I've been running the machine hard without any issues. Also I added 1 1/2" wheel spacers

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Here are some more pictures that I took while out riding with the kids on the...



Polaris did not put a air/drain hole in the hoop of the rear bumper at the bottom. Unless they changed it, the holes are at the top.
The hoop will fill with mud and water, accelerating the rusting process.
 

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Polaris did not put a air/drain hole in the hoop of the rear bumper at the bottom. Unless they changed it, the holes are at the top.
The hoop will fill with mud and water, accelerating the rusting process.
I am not sure that I follow what the "hoop" is? Are you referencing that dropped down section that looks like a step in the middle of the bumper?
 

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The Motoclaw tire looks awesome but they are some heavy jokers. I'm still torn between the claws and roctanes.
I can tell you from experience that the Roctanes clean out much better than the Motoclaw
 

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Finished my outkast 3" install on my 2015 Crew 900 with factory tires/wheels



I have the full kit with the built in 3" lift. 14" wheels and 28" tires. I had a lot of vibration at lower RPMs prior to the install, but now she is smooth as silk! I am really pleased with a quality product and great customer service. BTW, it was convenient to do the winch at the same time as I took the front bumper off for the installation. I used black zip ties to secure the brake likes. I thought about drilling holes and using the factory clips, but decided against it.
 

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BTW, it was convenient to do the winch at the same time as I took the front bumper off for the installation. I used black zip ties to secure the brake likes. I thought about drilling holes and using the factory clips, but decided against it.
Ya, I wish that I had known that. I did my lift a few months after install the winch, and it would have been nice to have done them at the same time.
 

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Finally installed my 3" full Outkast lift. Went on fairly easy with no complications.
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