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This is a discussion on Crazy stuff at SuperATV within the Super ATV forums, part of the Supporting Vendors category; Originally Posted by Jraoffroad Any word on tax time sell coming up? I got my eye on some High clearance rear A arms. No specifics ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jraoffroad View Post
    Any word on tax time sell coming up? I got my eye on some High clearance rear A arms.
    No specifics yet, but I'm sure we'll have some tasty sales going on. Yay for tax season!!! Lol!
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    A "tailgate" spare tire holder could also be positioned such that it offered some protection to the muffler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    A "tailgate" spare tire holder could also be positioned such that it offered some protection to the muffler.
    Has there been issue with protecting the muffler?

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    Hoping for 3 things,

    -brackets to mount a 50" bar at the top of the windshield but just below the roof that works with your flip windshield
    -a container like the OEM Yamaha one for the bed
    -spare tire carrier similar to the OEM one but with better placement or the rear of the bed to utilize space better

    Also any deals coming soon getting ready to start my build soon. hoping to order my x2 by next week!!
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    My 2019 X2 R-spec is my first side by side so I don't know if there's a real problem. I just know that every time I approach my machine from the rear I think the muffler looks vulnerable. For that reason I've looked at a lot of rear bumpers but I've only seen
    1 that I think would also offer a bit of protection for the muffler. HMF's Rear IQ Defender (p/n 944738691) has 2 vertical tubes
    in addition to the horizontal tube below the tailgate. It only lists fitting the 2016 to 2018 Wolverines. I sent a couple emails hoping
    to find out it will fit my 2019, or that 1 was in the making, but did get any helpful info. This is why I thought a tailgate spare tire
    carrier could be made such that it would offer some muffler protection as well. Not to mention getting the spare out of the rear window..
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperATV View Post
    Has there been issue with protecting the muffler?
    No, but it's back there and if someone were to run into you it could do some damage. Personally, I'm not concerned with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    A "tailgate" spare tire holder could also be positioned such that it offered some protection to the muffler.
    I have a hitch mounted spare tire carrier and that protects the rear end too.
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    I agree that the muffler looks shaking from a rear strike. Could go under most of the offered bumpers. I have the HMF rear bumper for X2. It sticks out a few inches in middle which will help if you roll back into a tree during turn around or similar. You cant add anything going down or when box tips, it hits muffler. You probably could add something mounted sticking out ward behind the bumper going down, but not sure how great it would look. I have thought about a Hitch mounted guard that runs up to that bumper that I could remove if tipping (I don't plan to tip box much except for maintainence etc). That would protect muffler from a straight on rear strike from a friend LOL.

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    I've seen long travel kit listed here a few times. I know an X2 is not an option for me without one. I think that is the biggest issue with the X models, but don't forget the 1st gens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 19Wherry View Post
    Hoping for 3 things,

    -brackets to mount a 50" bar at the top of the windshield but just below the roof that works with your flip windshield
    -a container like the OEM Yamaha one for the bed
    -spare tire carrier similar to the OEM one but with better placement or the rear of the bed to utilize space better

    Also any deals coming soon getting ready to start my build soon. hoping to order my x2 by next week!!
    Definitely going to look into a rear brush guard to help with protection back there. We already have light bar mounts that should work with your cage.
    This one works with the X2 and X4 and mounts on the bar: https://www.superatv.com/2-light-bra...-led-light-bar
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