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My 2019 Ranger 900 XP tends to bottom out on rocks and/or mud in trails lately when suspension is set to lowest height (factory setting) with stock 12” tires. Two questions: (1) what are the largest size tires I can get on this machine without modifications or a lift? ; (2) if I adjust suspension to higher clearance will that stiffen the suspension and be less than ideal for all-day trail riding?
 

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27" tires or an undersize 28 are the largest you can run without modifications.
You can adjust the preload on your shocks and you can also move the top shock eyes to the outer mounting points which will give you more ride height.
It will still have a good smooth ride.
 

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27" tires or an undersize 28 are the largest you can run without modifications.
You can adjust the preload on your shocks and you can also move the top shock eyes to the outer mounting points which will give you more ride height.
It will still have a good smooth ride.
I have 14 inch rims with 27X9-14 on front. Considering putting 28x10-14 on front .. I do have a 2 inch lift but I am wondering if I still will end up rubbing inside the wheel well while turning.
My UTV is 2015 Ranger 900 Crew.

Thanks for thoughts!
 
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