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I ride a 2007 Arctic Cat 700EFI with 12,000 miles on it (yes, thousand). It has performed flawlessly for every one of those miles. In my quest to make my ATV a little "better" for the areas I ride, at 5,500 miles I chose to add slightly larger tires. I went from 25x10x12 (rear) and 25x8x12 (front) to 26x11x12 (rear) and 26x9x12 (front) nothing too drastic. I am now on my second set of the larger tires. Shortly after putting on the first set i noticed the clutch was getting "grabby" when starting from a stop. My dealer said it was simply caused by dust in the belt drive and all
I've been around long enough to remember the first ATVs and also the three-wheeler era...I had the prudence to keep our kids off three-wheelers—although many pro riders and racers got their first OHV exposure on three-wheelers! Quads and ATVs have morphed into Polaris Rangers and sophisticated UTVs that race during the King of the Hammers' week! These virtual four-wheelers are regularly on the Rubicon Trail with their extraordinary wheel travel, adequate ground clearance, skid protection and tractability. A Razor and other performance quads can turn heads at hill climbs or sand dunes as we