<div class="FTQUOTE"><begin quote>Originally posted by: JustRandy
JB, that is not correct. I have the machine outside. It has original tires. I know the backs are 25's for sure. Also, I have the service manual. Also, rockymountain says 25's. http://www.rockymountainatv.com/vehicleFilter.do
Maybe you're confusing some other quad?
Machine Specifications for : 1994 - SUZUKI - LT250 Quadrunner 4X4
Front Tire Rear Tire Chain Front Sprocket Rear Sprocket Battery Spark Plug Oil Filter
22x8x10 25x12x10 Shaft N/A N/S YB14A-A2 D7EA 1154930007</end quote></div>
Could be. I just took a walk out in my back yard - (my OEM KQ300 tires have been used for years as a paintball barrier by my sons and are still out there). 25's on the rear and 24's on the front. While I've never owned an LT250, I do remember comparing the 250 vs the 300 on the showroom floor and remember the tires on the 250 being smaller. Tire size was one reason I preferred the 300. Could be I was just remembering the smaller fronts.
It's also possible that the"stock" tires were a dealer swap. Back in the early 90's, Suzuki used Dunlops as OEM tires.
In any event, both those Suzuki's are set up for a smaller front tire diameter than the rear. Switching to the same size tire front and back can be done and in most cases will not make a noticable change in handling. But there will be a difference in rotation speed between the front and rear tires when in 4wd.