Sure, if all you are doing is trail riding. You can break axles with a smaller tires if you are hard on your quad. You can catch a root, rock or rut when your right onto the gas and catch any of those and break an axle. Ususally the bigger the tire the greater the weight and rolling resistence makes it easier to break them though. It all depends on your riding style and how aggressive you are with the go lever?..........Irv
Take a look at the EPI web site for clutch kits. You may want the Utility series clutch. You'll lose about 1/3 of your top end but you will be able to turn those 28s pretty good just be carefull of your axles.
is it a drastic change after u put the clutch in? i meen both ways, do u lose ALOT of topend or just a lil? u said a 1/3 so is ur top speed gonna drop a few mph or like 10? on the other hand, will u gain ALOT of bottom end like stump pulling power or something ur might or might not even feel?..........sorry, if i interupted here but im in the clutch and tire dilema here myself.........
when I got the kit I only knew of two the one I have and the extreem and I can't remember if it was for bigger than 28 or 28 and bigger tires. All I know about the dalton is it does not replace the springs in the wet clutch or the seconday clutch just the springs and weights inthe primary.
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