All ready to pound through some sloughs!
Ya I've done it before, with stock tires.. need a full rain suit with hood, and goggles.. will let you guys know how it turns out if all this snow ever melts!Nice wheels. I hope you can go fast enough to get out of your own mud storm before it falls back down your neck..
No, just bought them and bolted on article hereDid you make the wheels yourself?
Funny how I just happened to drive from slough to slough, didn't mean for the water to follow me... honest!Now guys, not to be a wet blanket, but you have your permits, right???:sFun_rofl::sFun_rofl::sFun_rofl:
It's actually quite stable, because the machine still remains quite wide, as the offset on the stock wheels are really high, so there is really just all the rubber missing towards the inside of the quad. Actually should make for easier cleaning.Probably would be a good idea after its driven under power ( creating a water way ) to retorque the nuts.
I could see the ride suffering quite a lot over a low pressure quad tire but I don't imagine running typical dirt bike tire pressures would work, assuming they are fitted with tubes as the tires could be apt to spin on the rim if they hook up good as there are no rim locks like on dirt bikes. Slow turns and staying off side hills should keep it upright though !