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2017 1000r max limited & Cryptids


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I recently purchased a 2017 1000r max limited with 800km on it. The tires are brand new really but I want to upgrade to 30"x10" cryptids but I am wondering if I will have clearance issues? Is a lift kit a must? Do I have to cut fenders? 

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