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I'm looking for an adjustable kit for my 07 Outlander 650
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PM Ryan at RVS. He's sharp on QSC.
 

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I can help you out. But stocks are VERY low right now on everything from them. Texas Nationals cleaned us out bad as well as QSC. Most stuff is about 2 weeks out right now. Some a month.
 

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What would be the price including shipping to Canada for a 650 kit? I'm running 28" mega mayems I think there 34lbs
 

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28" mayhems are awesome!
 

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I ordered mine from Rocky Mountain ATV, great service, and cheaper than Amazon. I have absolutely no complaints on these tires, they ride very smooth, and they really dig. The ground where I ride still has frost in it, so I never really got to test them out in the mud yet, but I think they'll be great!
 

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I mean, they are not as smooth as a street radial, but for a mud tire, they are very smooth, very much like the stock.

They really dig!
 

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My 4wheeler stays at my parent place 200 miles away. Here's a vid I made when I got the light, just holding it in my hand. But it gives you an idea.
 
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28" mayhems are awesome!
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Those Mayhems have to rub the front fender on full compression of the shocks don't they? Do they measure right at 28"?
 
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I notice a slight rub on the harder hits, at 4 psi I think they were right at 28".
 

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I notice a slight rub on the harder hits, at 4 psi I think they were right at 28".
I have the same issue when coming down from a wheelie or any time the shocks would bottom out I guess. I'm hoping the Elka's will keep that from happening because I don't want to trim the fender if I don't have to.
 

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I'm looking for an adjustable kit for my 07 Outlander 650
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You can try 2kool performance in ontario or Rory at FFun motorsports in Saskatchewan 1-306-934-3717 all in Canada and deal with QSC. Before I upgraded my primary I loved the clutch kit.
 

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I'm looking for an adjustable kit for my 07 Outlander 650
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Sorry for getting off topic on your thread Bullet. I'm looking at a clutch upgrade asap too. Never did anything to my '09 outty. My buddy put a Dalton kit in his XMR and likes it. I'm thinking about a QSC primary.
 

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I'm looking for an adjustable kit for my 07 Outlander 650
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You can try 2kool performance in ontario or Rory at FFun motorsports in Saskatchewan 1-306-934-3717 all in Canada and deal with QSC. Before I upgraded my primary I loved the clutch kit.
Rory at ffun is the general manager now, ask for Austin in parts, he'll hook you up, they were expecting some to show up today, not sure if they did, but they usually order like 50, they go fast so call asap
 

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I ordered mine from Rocky Mountain ATV, great service, and cheaper than Amazon. I have absolutely no complaints on these tires, they ride very smooth, and they really dig. The ground where I ride still has frost in it, so I never really got to test them out in the mud yet, but I think they'll be great!
How wide are those they almost look all the same width
 

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Front is 28-9-14
Rear is 28-11-14
 
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