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When researching the Tracker, I was interested in the 800SX LE. The original sales literature indicated that the LE came with 27x9x14 and 27x11x14 tires. When I went to pick up my Tracker, it had 26” tires on it. I called Tracker before paying for the Tracker and was told they had supply issues and could not get 27” tires. I’m curious to know if anyone has taken delivery of an LE with 27” tires in stalled? I just recently installed 27” tires and am happy with the added ground clearance and beefy look the machine has taken on!

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We just took our brand new 2023 tracker 800sx to Fourche Mountain off road area for some light trail riding, it says trail 9 has a lot of big rocks one of the more difficult trails in the system, we said we'll stay away from that trail and wouldn't you know that's where  we ended up. So to late to turn back, we were doing some serious rock crawling and very steep inclines with a lot off water crossing, my wife didn't like it. I have to say I was very impressed with our little tracker it handle it all very well, on crappy stock Kendra tires. I bought the LE for the 27" tires I didn't get, if we had gotten the 27" I don't think we would have even bottomed out 1 or 2 times over some very large rocks

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3 hours ago, Lost Tracker said:

We just took our brand new 2023 tracker 800sx to Fourche Mountain off road area for some light trail riding, it says trail 9 has a lot of big rocks one of the more difficult trails in the system, we said we'll stay away from that trail and wouldn't you know that's where  we ended up. So to late to turn back, we were doing some serious rock crawling and very steep inclines with a lot off water crossing, my wife didn't like it. I have to say I was very impressed with our little tracker it handle it all very well, on crappy stock Kendra tires. I bought the LE for the 27" tires I didn't get, if we had gotten the 27" I don't think we would have even bottomed out 1 or 2 times over some very large rocks

Had my Tracker on some narly trails of the Black Hills. Went through some deep ruts and never bottomed out!

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