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Help guys. I have a 2014 900 Crew. Stock..... I want to raise it some to have more ground clearance. Not much mud, just streams and thorns in Kansas. I want to put either 28's or 30's on it. I like the Kanati Mongrel tires. I think they are what I need. I will go with 14" rims. So do I put 10" wide tires on both front and back? Main question... How much of a lift do I need to make those tires work? 28's how much? 30's how much? Is this going to put too much strain on my drive train, front end, etc..... Will I need to adjust the clutch or anything? Thanks for the replies....
 

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Help guys. I have a 2014 900 Crew. Stock..... I want to raise it some to have more ground clearance. Not much mud, just streams and thorns in Kansas. I want to put either 28's or 30's on it. I like the Kanati Mongrel tires. I think they are what I need. I will go with 14" rims. So do I put 10" wide tires on both front and back? Main question... How much of a lift do I need to make those tires work? 28's how much? 30's how much? Is this going to put too much strain on my drive train, front end, etc..... Will I need to adjust the clutch or anything? Thanks for the replies....
You need to worry more about your front A-arms. I have 2014 800 Crew and I can only put on 27's without moving my A-arms forward 2". Then you start to worry about axles. There's $200 each. Also pay attention to the weight of the tires. A bracket lift is cheap and easy.
 

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I put a Marshall Motoart lift on my 2014 800, and put 28" tires on it with no issues. Gonna do the same with my 900.
 
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