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Hi,

Just purchased a 2011 Outlander Max 800R EFI Ltd. Made the jump from a Honda Rancher. My brother got us doing more than just plowing snow and pulling sprayers, so the solid axle and legality of riding 2-up on a single machine bumped us in that direction. Was planning on a 570, but the 800 kind of fell in place. My brother said if I hadn't purchased it, he would have (and he has two Outlanders already!).

Anyway, just wanted to introduce myself and I look forward to getting to know some of you better as time goes by. I'll need to learn how to navigate this forum. It's quite a bit different that the RC flying forum I'm used to. Be patient! :)

Hope you are all well.

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Congrats and welcome to the site!
 

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Forgot to say we are native Montanans and enjoy God's creation here in the mountains and the plains that grace our state.
Welcome to the forums! I am a native to Great Falls Montana myself! Though I live in Alaska :)
 

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Yeah your lucky you bought it or it would be sitting in my shed instead!!! 3rd times a charm!😁 When are you getting new tires?
Thanks FF,

As soon as I can figure out how to ask advice of the knowledgeable experts on this site without duplicating someone else's efforts elsewhere, then I will.

The guy that sold P1 his Can Am today said that a 27" tire would be fine on the 2011 800R Outlander. I just wanted to be able to replace it with the same size that is stock, but get the Maxxis Big Horn 2.0 (26x10-12 and 16x8-12). I don't want to mess up speedometer or gear box/ etc.

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