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12-20-2019 04:48 PM
justinooo9 Got a little burned out over the week from work so took the dog and I out for a nice snow ride. Even with just 6inches of snow on the deeper parts you can tell these won't do snow like the smaller atv/4wheelers that you can rock your body to shake it out of a bad situation lol. Very difficult to go over 20mph in 2wd so just stayed in 20s with 4wd and enjoyed the cold weather. Roof/ full windshield makes for a pretty warm ride considering being under 30 degrees.

pic doesn't show it the best but I fabbed up a platform behind the drivers seat with some ideas from another member so the dog has a nice comfortable spot without falling between the front/back seats lol. He was a little nervous but he loves going with me places lol. Plus it hadn't been driving in a few weeks so it was nice to get all the fluids hot and battery topped off etc.
12-14-2019 07:22 AM
Baddazzbigblue Tuesday the 10th......washed the mud off......

doesn't look bad..but was.....this area we rode.....mud dries like concrete

should have gone to a more sandy...rocky area...unusually wet/warm stretch of weather

12-10-2019 01:59 PM
expedition wasatch I went crazy this winter with black friday sales! Went with Superatv front and rear bumpers. Added their winch and flush mount cube lights. Also grabbed the 6" long travel kit minus the shocks. i then ordered up some 814 trail series shocks. Rocky Mountain ATV hooked me up with some 30" Maxxis Carnivores on Method wheels.

Inside i got an Assault steering wheel that im still deciding on how to install and some PRP GTSE seats with their 4-2 harnesses. Also looking at some dash panel upgrades because im out of space for switches.
08-20-2019 02:22 PM
Gibsonj668 Finally got the required break-in hours on the machine. Also went ahead and ran the full service on it, cant wait to take it out on your big trip this coming weekend to Ride Royal Blue. Going to be fun not having the half throttle restriction
08-13-2019 06:53 PM
P.T Sent u a PM
08-13-2019 04:56 PM
Gibsonj668
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Depends on what you like, I personally like a deep wheel and that will get u back out past the fenders, this is on mine 8in. wheels, 4+4 spacing, I run them with no lift so I know u will have no problem, fuel makes a 8in. wheel, MSA are sharp wheels, stay away from 5+2 spacing


Your set up looks really nice. I know this is not the right forum topic selection but could you explain a few things to me.

When you say 8in wheel 4+4 does that mean a 8in wide wheel with a 4 lug pattern at a positive 4 inch back spacing?

Why should I stay away from 5+2. Is that setup hard on ball joints and tie rods?

What about keeping the stock LE wheels and buying a wider tire and or adding wheel spaces? Are spacers harder on the steering components?

Any knowledge you can share about wheel size and how the numbers correspond would be greatly appreciated.


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08-13-2019 02:45 PM
P.T
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You need some wider wheels and tires now, might as well go ahead and spring for it😁
What combination would you recommend?
Depends on what you like, I personally like a deep wheel and that will get u back out past the fenders, this is on mine 8in. wheels, 4+4 spacing, I run them with no lift so I know u will have no problem, fuel makes a 8in. wheel, MSA are sharp wheels, stay away from 5+2 spacing
08-13-2019 06:56 AM
Gibsonj668
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You need some wider wheels and tires now, might as well go ahead and spring for it😁
What combination would you recommend?
08-12-2019 06:47 AM
P.T
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Installed 2” brute performance lift kit and front and rear A arm guards from Ricochet off-road.


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You need some wider wheels and tires now, might as well go ahead and spring for it😁
08-11-2019 06:17 PM
Gibsonj668 Installed 2 brute performance lift kit and front and rear A arm guards from Ricochet off-road.


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07-27-2019 07:19 PM
justinooo9 Took it to dealer for fuel gauge issue. Also grabbed two 4,000lb d rings and a 20ft 6,000lb rates recovery strap. My other straps and d rings are for diesel trucks so they were a little overboard for a Teryx4 lol
07-23-2019 10:02 AM
Walnutz Removed the Roll cage and going to coat it with truck bed liner. Previous owner banged it up pretty bad so hoping this will give it some new life.
07-21-2019 10:59 AM
Stormking From a few spots we took in Mt Hood in Or, Mt Adams (close) Mt St Helens, Goat Rocks range, Mt Rainier and the Sisters in the north. Then looking behind us we could see Blues mnt (Or,Id,Wa) the Selkirks Id, Wa. and the Rockies in distance from Canada to Idaho at least. Snake river area as well. 360 views. Oh and the Yakima farm valley of E. Wa. All from 1 spot, not moving just spinning around. Rare to have all these at same time.
07-21-2019 07:13 AM
P.T That is something else, beautiful
07-20-2019 06:47 PM
Stormking It is epic. Idaho Mnts are as well. We have limited areas to ride in Wa. This area is old jeep trails. Rimrock/Ahtanum. Some really nasty stuff up here if your feeling brave! Pucker ridge trail is one of em. Short Dirty and Louie Way are bad too but pucker results in death if ya mess up!!! No I didn't take family on those trails.
07-20-2019 04:49 PM
P.T
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Installed new 28" Bighorns off Canam on to the Tusk Beadlocks. Just today sent a shock in for warranty service with a blown seal. Great Cust service! Wa Cascades can be brutal rock gardens!
Looks beautiful up there
07-20-2019 04:32 PM
Stormking Installed new 28" Bighorns off Canam on to the Tusk Beadlocks. Just today sent a shock in for warranty service with a blown seal. Great Cust service! Wa Cascades can be brutal rock gardens!
07-20-2019 11:58 AM
P.T Wash day
07-15-2019 05:48 PM
P.T Got my second antenna mount made and second antenna installed
07-15-2019 01:08 PM
justinooo9
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Beautiful, that's about all I say on that, you are very blessed to have views like that
Thank you, I feel the same and try my best to remember it even on Mondays hahaha. I gotta make an appointment and hopefully its a warranty claim. my fuel gauge has not worked for months and I checked everything I can and shes got about 8 months left on warranty. so hopefully on terms of safety and technical it will be a simple fix. I always just fill up before and after each trip and reset the trip meter for now haha.
07-13-2019 09:42 PM
P.T
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Took it out for a nice ride to a great fishing/hiking spot
Beautiful, that's about all I say on that, you are very blessed to have views like that
07-13-2019 08:44 PM
justinooo9 Took it out for a nice ride to a great fishing/hiking spot
07-13-2019 03:15 PM
Sledfoot Installed fire extinguisher then sat in it and had a beer
07-09-2019 07:52 PM
Barefoot
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Been playing around building a pair of led whips, using old cb antennas, and old air hose fittings for quick disconnect


Looks good!!


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07-09-2019 06:50 PM
P.T Been playing around building a pair of led whips, using old cb antennas, and old air hose fittings for quick disconnect
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