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I'm loving this outlet for chatting with fellow griz owners. I joined last night.I've had the griz since late summer. Few mods lights, Rhino rims and tires, gun mount, warn bumper. Some of my friends have joined an atv group in the area and they have mudbog comps. I need bigger tires for this. I'm wondering if 27" mudlights fit without modifications to the suspension and if not, who's got the best deal on a lift for the griz? I'm actually wanting to go with 28"'s but I think I'll need to lift it for those. I actually wouldn't mind lifting it. Check out my profile, In my phots section theirs a pic of a griz with a 6" lift I got off the net. Does anyone actually sell this lift or is it custom.Thanks,
Johnny
 

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welcome johnny
yes 27 will fit with out a lift but if you would like one high lifter sell the front lift and you can flip the rear hubs.Yes the 6" lift is for sale by gorrila axles co. for about $2300 and axles systems in canada for about $2700.
 

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I have 27" ML's and they rub at higher speeds while hitting bumps. They have actually worn down the black fender extension by the floor boards to the point that it does not happen as much. Hub Flip did not help stop the rubbing, just broke the CV Joint.
 

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tinmandan, you running stock wheels? I've run my grizz down fire roads at full bore for miles and never run into tire rub yet. The wheels may be the key.
 

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if your looking for a mud tire.get a set of MUDZILLA'S or OUTLAWS.these are the two baddest mud tires out.1.5"to 2" inch lugs on the tred.these tires are AWSOMEin the mud.
good luck and hope that helped
 
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