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hello i am new here i live in montana in the rocky mountains. i am 5 minutes from 1100 miles of forest service trails. needless to say i ride all the time.  i own a 2007 kawasaki 3010 mule diesel. i would like to put on taller tires for ground clearance. i currently am running 24x11.00- 10 i would like to go to 26in to 28in . i do not really want to lift it. so 26 or 27 in tire might fit. my question is where do i get the tires. do i need bigger diameter rims if so where do i get them and the tires. i love this SxS it has more power than i will ever use it just is not fast. which is great with me i am old lol. thank you all for any help

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