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Well I have been reading about the ITP Mudlites and C Series Rims so much, and listening to all of you fellas that have them, that I had to purchase a set.I posted some new pics in the profile take a look and tell me what ya think. I also added a Superwinch T2000....the only problem with that is that the control switch is rather big and there is really no convinent place to mount it...does anyone have any suggestions. Thanks.
 

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Chanaba,

Is the switch a big round looking thing? If so I do believe it mounts to the front rack. Both my old machines had the round switch mounted to the rack. Just a thought for you to consider.
 

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Blue Grizz,
Ya it is a big round switch. I thought about mounting it to the rack..but it seems that is a pretty vulnerable spot. I noticed that the make a handlebar switch also...naturally it is about $60.00. Oh well.. thanks for the help Blue!
 

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You're welcome Chuck, and the switch being mounted to the rack isn't all that bad. It isn't any more vulnerable there then on the handle bars, in fact I always worry my switch(handle bar style) will get ripped off by a branch when riding. The switch being mounted on the bars is great for being right there at your fingertip but, at least with it mounted to the rack it's not so high up and less likely to get torn off. So I guess it's kind of a trade off being mounted to the bars versus the rack.
 

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Tires look great. That wheel/tire combo is A+!!! I hope by spring I can swing for a set of those Mudlites. I may run a different rim..just to be different. We'll see how it all prices out though.


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I might go ahead and try it on the rack then Blue...if it gets broke I can always replace it. Thanks
 

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KoKo and everyone else,
Thanks for the compliment. I bought the tires,rims,center caps,chrome lug nuts,and chrome valve stems, off of E-bay from "Tirescheap". The whole thing only cost $553.00 complete. It is all new stuff and it was on my doorstep in about 4 days. Tirescheap is a very reliable source for tire rims, etc. All I had to do was install the center caps, check the air in the tires and mount them...thats it. That $553 was shipping included also. Thanks again...Chuck
 

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I just got mine off of Ebay as well rims, valve stems, center caps, and lug nuts but mine were mounted and ready for the install.

I have a post somewhere in here discussing the whole thing
 

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Marine,
Ya I seen yours. Your pics were the deciding factor for me to purchase mine. Yours also looks great. Mine were also pre mounted to the rims. I had to install the center caps and mount to the Grizz. I also ordered some overfenders,they haven't arrived yet. Starting to get a little nervous...they were supposed to ship in 2 to 5 days. It's been about 3 weeks now.I ordered them from a Yamaha dealer in Texas....called them a couple days ago...they said that they were still waiting for them to come in UPS...they will ship them out as soon as they arrive. Maybe I should have ordered them from a dealer close to me....ordering on line is sooo much easier usually.
 
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