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I have a 2019 MAX 570, I am looking at getting a set of these for 50 bucks from a friend who cant use them on his Polaris, would there be any problem putting these on my machine (It's all stock), I am looking at getting 27x9x14 (F) and 27x11x14 (R) Bighorn 2.0, the wheels are 14x7.
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I have a 2019 MAX 570, I am looking at getting a set of these for 50 bucks from a friend who cant use them on his Polaris, would there be any problem putting these on my machine (It's all stock), I am looking at getting 27x9x14 (F) and 27x11x14 (R) Bighorn 2.0, the wheels are 14x7.
Nope

Poo-laris and CannedHams are different bolt patterns. He wouldn't have been able to use those without adapters.

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These did come off of a Can-am that's why he wants to unload them since all he wanted was the tires, so its possible to use these on mine without any difficulty
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Hell yeah. Run um.

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50$ why not, I just paid 350$ for a 12 inch beadlock canam set and though I had a good deal.

I replaced all bolts with 10.9 m6x25mm bolts+washers because there was a broken one and I didn't trust the rest. They are zinc colored so it fits a little less but oh well, whatever, there's a yellow/green ring also. I guess I could just spray them all with primer and black paint if I cared but I don't think I do.

blow air into the holes to remove all dirt and then use a little anti seize on the bolts.

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I was always told by mechanics never use anti-seize on tire lug nuts because nuts tend to come lose with it on
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I was always told by mechanics never use anti-seize on tire lug nuts because nuts tend to come lose with it on
Yeah he's right on that point, but this isn't exactly the same usage. The bolts are hardened, while the rim is aluminum, very very easy to strip out the hole with any dirt or burr getting involved. Like others have said, clean the holes real good make sure the hardware is clean and maybe just a dab of WD40/twister/anti-seize to help the two metals play together nicely.

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Well I just got them, (2) 14x7 and (2) 14x8 with rings and bolts, I took one home yesterday (Front) and put it on and did not experience any hitting but of course no tire on it, but they do seem to clean up good with no dings and dents.
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Well I just got them, (2) 14x7 and (2) 14x8 with rings and bolts, I took one home yesterday (Front) and put it on and did not experience any hitting but of course no tire on it, but they do seem to clean up good with no dings and dents.
Sounds about right, good deal!

Not trying to critique your tire choice, it's just peculiar for "down here"- those bighorns aren't exactly known for their "soft stuff" performance. Unless you're just thinking of running your bike at Kisatchie? or similar? If you wanna ride over to Sabine, tho, you'd certainly want something a lot more aggressive than those.

"Barn find" 05 Bombardier 400 MAX XT - stock
Upgrades:
12" Beadlocks and 28" S/W Outlaws
WildBoar Radiator Relocate
D2 Fender Flares
OPT7 C1 Lightbars 14" and 22"
SYATV Snorkels

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07 Renegade 800
08 Outlander 800 Gorilla edition
08 Outlander 800 Max XT Gorilla lifted
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I have been looking at the Trilobite HD, I like having an 8 ply rather than a 4 ply that's on the machine now, but then again the Zillas are on my list, so what's the largest diameter I can go with lifting.
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