So I have made a few small purchases for the 2018 6x6.
I went with 27x9-12 for the front and 27x11-12 for the rear on the ITP Mega Mayhems tires. I also purchased the heavy duty spring kit but it just comes with 4 springs. Wondering if I will need to buy the other two as well. My plan was to do the front and the back front set.
I'm not real familiar with the 6X6, however, I would start with the 4 springs you purchased. Do some riding & see how the beast handles & then decide if you would like to try the HD springs as well on the very rear axle.
I also bought the radiator guard versus doing the relocate kit but I will see how that goes this year. I hate to give up that front rack if I don't have to. But I have heard quite a few people say I should move do the rad relocate. Thoughts ?
And again, not sure what type of riding you're doing that you are thinking of a radiator relocation kit. But you're doing a lot of brush busting or deep water riding, the relocate kit might be the way to go.
I also found it humorous you mention you don't want to give up the front rack when you have a bed to haul stuff in right behind you ... Just say'in ...
My main question is I am debating on a clutch and will I need a clutch kit ?
"Will I need a clutch kit ??" .... none of us probably really NEED a clutch kit ... we do it because we WANT to. Are you asking that question because you bought the 27 inch tall tires ?? If so, I don't believe you do.
And when you say, "Clutch Kit", are you talking like the Dalton kit, or entire new clutches ??
I personally have done both & I personally recommend the QSC Rev X primary & the STM Gen II roller secondary clutches. Way more money than a "Clutch Kit", but they are So nice. And again, not knowing what kind of riding you're doing, maybe a Clutch Kit would work for you just fine.
All depends on what you're looking to gain.
You need to post a photo of this Bad Boy too Samato Guy !!