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Added a Rigid SR2 series 10" LED light bar yesterday, made an amazing difference! I still need to adjust it but heres the pics....the last 3 pics one pic is just the new light bar on, one is just the stock headlights alone on and one is headlights and light bar combined. Pics really didn't come out the greatest and pics also doesn't do it justice how bright it is now.
 
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Finally got my PC5 and a full set of Muzzy's ordered last week from VForce John. Looking forward to getting them installed


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more mods...

Had to rebuild rebuild tranny , and it got a fresh crank too. Weller racing oil cooler, remote oil filter, new battery and light bar, and oil pressure gauge and water temperature gauge. Holy crap....the million dollar teryx oh, and now it's snorkeled too!
 

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2011 sport lsr mid travel 28 Itp baja cross all the way around with some elkas
 

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Sold it to someone who will actually use it.
 

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Installed a new battery


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Tusk rear window, Vet nets and SATV full skid plate. View attachment 65189
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Did you have any clearance issues with the exhaust being close to the skid plate? I'm thinking of getting the same one(one year)cause mine are getting effered.
The vet nets are great. I went with 4 straight ones. No more getting slapped in the face by branches. Then quickly got tired of having to undo the bunjee cord ball things all the time. I ended up zip tying some plastic buckles(like this) on the front side of the nets. I have to replace zip ties once in a while on the trail, not sure if they're breaking by being stretched from the net being jabbed by branches or if I'm rubbing them off scraping along trees. Either way, it's way easier to get out in a hurry, looks kinda ghetto though. Could be easily made less ghetto.

The guy at Vet nets said they offered buckles at one time but they kept breaking so went with the bungee cords cause they had less issues with them.
 

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Did you have any clearance issues with the exhaust being close to the skid plate? I'm thinking of getting the same one(one year)cause mine are getting effered.
The vet nets are great. I went with 4 straight ones. No more getting slapped in the face by branches. Then quickly got tired of having to undo the bunjee cord ball things all the time. I ended up zip tying some plastic buckles(like this) on the front side of the nets. I have to replace zip ties once in a while on the trail, not sure if they're breaking by being stretched from the net being jabbed by branches or if I'm rubbing them off scraping along trees. Either way, it's way easier to get out in a hurry, looks kinda ghetto though. Could be easily made less ghetto.

The guy at Vet nets said they offered buckles at one time but they kept breaking so went with the bungee cords cause they had less issues with them.
No issues with the exhaust. The setup also comes with exhaust wrap and an adhesive heat shield that goes on the plate. They forgot to notch one of the plates at the factory which I did myself and they sent me a replacement as well. I forgot about the exhaust wrap on the first ride after install and thought my machine had caught on fire 🤣. Very happy with it overall.

Thanks for the tips on the vet nets! Really like them so far!
 
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