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This is a discussion on Brush Anti Roof Disrupting Mod within the Wolverine How To forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; Here are few I took this weekend of our normal trails. It was to hot to do much slow trail riding. I did manage to ...

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    Here are few I took this weekend of our normal trails. It was to hot to do much slow trail riding. I did manage to crack my grill on a tree limb that was on the middle of a hill climb.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jraoffroad View Post
    I did manage to crack my grill on a tree limb that was on the middle of a hill climb.
    ah right on, I think you're one of the first to pioneer the 'grill mod for increased rad air flow'. So innovative!
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    Innovative for sure but inconsistant results when this method is used. LOL

    You're a candidate to implement some sort of vertical metal deflectors off the existing bumper to block and deflect this sort of thing.

    That certainly is thick and not easy to see where to go. I'd be finding a better trail to enjoy riding on myself.

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    Update to all

    I have battle through many of my trails close brush areas getting whacked from the sides and low hanging branches over head as well. The MOD is working perfectly and stood fast throughout it all and kept the branches from getting hooked and jammed under the roof edge as it was before.

    Success for me.
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