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Pioneer 700 big wheel kit

Discussion in 'Pioneer 700 Shop Talk' started by admin, Jul 14, 2013.

  1. admin

    admin Your club! I just turn it on!
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    I wonder what size tires you will be able to put on the Pioneer from factory. Since the Big Red would take 27's I'm sure the Pioneer will take 27's too. But I kinda like the look of the factory tires also. Just wish they were larger then 25's.
     
  2. BigRiver

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    I'm going to think this over when I buy mine. My salesperson tells me that 27"'s should fit just fine, but would know definitely once they have the machine in the shop.

    I asked about trading in the stock wheels and tires, which they said they would give me a $100.00 credit. Kinda lower that I thought it should be, but was told that they sell sets of 4 stock wheels/tires for $189.00

    Then again, I would think that they charge more for the aftermarket sets than a online company.
     
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    I would keep my wheels/tires amd just order a set online. Then sell the OEM set for $200 or more. the dealer is going to low ball you. I have done this with my atv's in the past.
     
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    I'am going to keep the stock tires for awhile,only upgrade will be for different rims.At least thats the plan.Was going to have the Dealer do the rim upgrade but then decided to do it myself.Also having the oem rims means I can use them for a spare.I do carry a spare tire with me all the time now,we picked up a railway spike once that destroyed the tire beyond repair. 1 1/2" hole cut It was a back tire and I was loaded so took one off the front put it on the back and the flat ruined tire on the front.Shifted the cargo to one side to take some weight off the one side and drove it like that for a mile ,back to a farm house were I left it,after speaking to the farms owners.We headed home with the other machine and went back with the truck and trailer.We were lucky we weren't to far away like what we sometimes are.So a lesson learned always carry a spare.Carrying a spare did pay off on a different ride.Sometimes a quick fix just isn't possible.
     
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    Ya. this was on a trip to West Virginia. We did not have a spare. 20 miles back to the truck.

    No plug is going to fix that. lol
    We now carry a spare also.
     

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