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Hey guys, and girls
I was just given a 660 rhino, yes given to me by a really good friend. It has 12' beadlock rims on it with
25'x10 and 25'x8
It also has A Arms and king shocks, so it's set up quite nicely.

Would you guys go a little bigger ? Don't want to sacrifice to much HP/ torque.
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26x9’s on all 4corners. Thats what i run i also have that same shifter knob on mine


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Did on mine, haha


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Just an FYI you'll need the same width rim to run same size tire on all 4 corners. I run 26x9's SunF A043 and used 4 rear stock rims.
 

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My rims are 12x7 with 4-3 offset


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Thanks for the heads up guys. Guess I'll pull the old tires off first and see what I have.

The rims should be stamped on the inside showing the width rear should be 12x7 and front 12x6
 

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No problem


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If you haven't you need to slug the wet clutch with heavy tires.
 

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For good measure toss some 30" silverbacks on there!!:headbang:


And welcome to the site, you have a VERY GOOD friend. If he needs another friend, I am available every other 7 days.:wink
 

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If you haven't you need to slug the wet clutch with heavy tires.
I have no idea about that. Guess I need to do more research before pulling the trigger. on bigger setup
Thanks again to Everyone !

And yeah my friend is Great human..... And Ex Military for toppers !
 

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The slug kit is super easy install, it helps keep the clutch from slipping which can happen with bigger tires/mud/pulling loads. Cost like @$50 and a machined sheave will gain you some top end. But I am guessing, based off the looks of your rig, it already has some mods done to it. Not many spend the money on some items you have and skimp on performance parts. You can ask him or crack her open and take a look, lots of friendly helpful folks here.
 
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