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Rocks and Ruts Project Polaris RZR First Look

Discussion in 'Project RZR First Look' started by bluesmanjesse, Aug 26, 2012.

  1. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Site Supporter

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    Lookin' good bro!

    Iffin' you ever wanna "talk shop" regarding RZR mods I can hook you up with Ken (owner of ATVOBSESSION)... he will talk mods all day long with you... or at least until the beer runs out. :97:
     
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    Im excited to see this project and may even get to help with some of it
     
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  3. bluesmanjesse

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    You know I'll always let you help,lol... Ecspecially if you're opening the doors to your shop,lol.
     
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    You know Gary had just about anything and everything in his Rzr, but the one thing it really was in desperate need of, at least when he had a co-pilot, was a built in can crusher!!! :angel:
     
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    Thought I would update the list and links since it's been a while. So what's next for it?
     
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  6. bluesmanjesse

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    Well it needs a bath after the last ride,lol. I'm looking into a couple things now, possibly an exhaust and I'm also trying to decide if a lift kit is something I wanna do. A little extra clearance would be nice but I don't wanna get the center of gravity too high and lose handling or make it tippy on off camber/hill side type stuff.
     
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