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I have a 13 outlander 650 xt anyone have 28x9.5-14 28x11-14 outlaw 2s? Or 28x10-12 front and rear silverbacks? Any rubbing or issues with either? Any info would be great. Pics would be a plus
 

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I can only tell you the difference I noticed between the 2 tires because mine are on a 1000 xmr and are 30s and 29.5s. I had silver backs first, they ride rough and in the mud seemed to dig straight to the bottom then take off. Only problem was a lot of what we road didn't have a bottom, so then you just bottom out on the frame and you're stuck. The OL2s ride much smoother, get better traction on other services, and pull and claw through the deep thick stuff better. I had to put balance beads in them though because the shock pretty bad at higher speeds. Much better now.
 

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I went ol2.. rode the gorillas, the are Def rougher..I agree about the mud too.. the original outlas and ol2 do better in mid in the north east
 

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I went from 30" backs to 28" ol2's i find they run smoother and all around better traction, pull alot more in the mud, mind you i had the stock 9" wides all around and went to 9.5/11
 

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Ol2 are heavier for sure but i didnt really notice it, might be partially because i went from 30 to 28
 

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A 30 inch silverback really measures 28 inches...what is the actual measure of 28 OL2?????.....both are equal in weight, I believe when comparing the 30 in SB and 28 OL2..
 

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I dont know why everybody says the backs ride so rough i guess i just dont know what a good ride is or i got a set of smooth ones :th_smilieroflmao: I have 28s and they are pretty true to size, my rears are a little over 28 inchs and my front are a little under 28 inchs. Rode one mine all day for the first time and im in love they got me through everything with ease rode fine and i dont think they are that heavy (mines a 1000) i still have stock clutch and can ride a wheelie in high from a roll... Heres a couple pics one 28 back vs 28 executioner





 

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A 30 inch silverback really measures 28 inches...what is the actual measure of 28 OL2?????.....both are equal in weight, I believe when comparing the 30 in SB and 28 OL2..
28 ol2 measures 28 they are true to size
 
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I think my 30 SB measured around 28 and my 29.5 ol2s measure around 30. Didn't really notice the weight but I have a 1000 and did the primary clutch around the same time.
 

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I dont know why everybody says the backs ride so rough i guess i just dont know what a good ride is or i got a set of smooth ones :th_smilieroflmao: I have 28s and they are pretty true to size, my rears are a little over 28 inchs and my front are a little under 28 inchs. Rode one mine all day for the first time and im in love they got me through everything with ease rode fine and i dont think they are that heavy (mines a 1000) i still have stock clutch and can ride a wheelie in high from a roll... Heres a couple pics one 28 back vs 28 executioner





Can you post a side view. What lift are you running. Also are you running spacers? How wide are the backs
 

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I dont know why everybody says the backs ride so rough i guess i just dont know what a good ride is or i got a set of smooth ones :th_smilieroflmao: I have 28s and they are pretty true to size, my rears are a little over 28 inchs and my front are a little under 28 inchs. Rode one mine all day for the first time and im in love they got me through everything with ease rode fine and i dont think they are that heavy (mines a 1000) i still have stock clutch and can ride a wheelie in high from a roll... Heres a couple pics one 28 back vs 28 executioner





Can you post a side view. What lift are you running. Also are you running spacers? How wide are the backs
10s on the front and 12s on the back, no spacers but the wheels are offset some (idk the numbers), and all im running is high lifter springs with shocks turned all the way up. These 28s measure very close to true fronts are a little short rears are a little big.

 

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I dont know why everybody says the backs ride so rough i guess i just dont know what a good ride is or i got a set of smooth ones :th_smilieroflmao: I have 28s and they are pretty true to size, my rears are a little over 28 inchs and my front are a little under 28 inchs. Rode one mine all day for the first time and im in love they got me through everything with ease rode fine and i dont think they are that heavy (mines a 1000) i still have stock clutch and can ride a wheelie in high from a roll... Heres a couple pics one 28 back vs 28 executioner





Can you post a side view. What lift are you running. Also are you running spacers? How wide are the backs
10s on the front and 12s on the back, no spacers but the wheels are offset some (idk the numbers), and all im running is high lifter springs with shocks turned all the way up. These 28s measure very close to true fronts are a little short rears are a little big.

Looks great I was thinking 10 wide all around because I was worried they might be to wide for the rear but that looks great. Any rubbing in the front at all?
 

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Thanks, and thats a hard question to answer, i bought this fourwheeler from my grandpa because he flipped it, there was no major damage done but i think it pushed on fender down some, so i had to trim one fender a half inch or so and the other front one aint even close to hitting
 
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