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This is a discussion on 2017 Yamaha wolverine rspec buggy within the Yamaha Wolverine’s for sale forums, part of the Buy and Sell category; This is a 2017 Yamaha wolverine rspec with 784 miles on it. The wheelbase has been stretched 9in with custom control arms and dual rate ...

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    This is a 2017 Yamaha wolverine rspec with 784 miles on it. The wheelbase has been stretched 9in with custom control arms and dual rate fox shocks on the rear custom roll cage with with custom doors and corbeau baja seats with 4 point harness. Its has full pioneer radio with 4 kicker 4inch marine audio speakers that jam. Full control panel for rock lights and chase bar with turn signals. Its a bad rig.
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    Now I’m curious about what your next build is.
    2016 Rspec. Probably everything EMP makes. Throttlemax pedal
    28x10x14 ITP Blackwaters 14" ITP Hurricane's, Spare tire
    2" Perfex lift. Superwinch Terra 45 synthetic. JBS radiator guards
    TGM/Konstruktor doors. Lots of lighting. Turn Signals. Horn
    Power Commander. YXZ Wheel. Chupacabra side mirrors
    Hunterworks green spring, 16gr weights, Sheave and slug kit
    HMF Titan QS. FDI concepts headlights/halos/ Factor55 ultrahook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atcdan13 View Post
    Now I’m curious about what your next build is.
    Probably a big rig again i go back and forth if no one makes an offer on this one i will probably just keep it. Its by far the best working sxs i have ever had but i have a habit of selling everything i build lol and usely regret it.

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    King= please comment your opinion on the comfort of the Corbeau Baja seats vs OEM Rspec seats.....
    2016 Wolverine R-spec EPS- Camo, , JBS CVT grind, 16 gr OD, Purple, slugs, JBS mudguards, Autometer Temp Gauge, SATV A-arms, Flip wshield, Auto tie rod ends, Dual batts/manual switch, ALS defeat, Method 14" B-locks, 27" 9 & 11Maxxis Vipr,4000 Moto Max winch, Yama trunk, 20" single row roof light bar, Rigid D pods on bumper, 3"rear cage lower, harness bar and 4 pt harnesses, JBS/Eibach springs, SPAL fan, ACM doors, Lexan moonroof, Pyle rear cam

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimclemjr View Post
    King= please comment your opinion on the comfort of the Corbeau Baja seats vs OEM Rspec seats.....
    No comparison at all the corbeau seats are like setting in your recliner. Stock is like setting on a 2x4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King149 View Post
    No comparison at all the corbeau seats are like setting in your recliner. Stock is like setting on a 2x4.
    And what is the view like picking through rocks all reclined back.? Can you still see out over the front of the hood well? If your 5’8” tall?
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    2016 R SPEC SE
    EMP front and rear bumpers
    Viper Elite 4000 winch
    Super ATV flip up windshield
    Sway bar delete
    Tusk visor
    Fabricated quick detach headache rack w/ optional storage rack
    Hunterworks sheeve, 16gr weights, green spring, slippery washers,modified CVT cover, 1mm shim, slug kit, exhaust tip w/ stock baffle mod, pcv, ais block off plate
    28x10x14 CST Clinchers, 14x7 STI HD3 black gloss wheels, 1” rear spacers
    Trucker mud flap mod
    2" Gorilla lift
    Seizmik strike mirrors

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    Great really my wife is 5.4 and she has no problem getting around in it and seeing at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by King149 View Post
    Great really my wife is 5.4 and she has no problem getting around in it and seeing at all.
    BTW your buggy is awesome. I don’t know if you did any clutch work on it but either way I wish I could try it at Moab!
    2016 R SPEC SE
    EMP front and rear bumpers
    Viper Elite 4000 winch
    Super ATV flip up windshield
    Sway bar delete
    Tusk visor
    Fabricated quick detach headache rack w/ optional storage rack
    Hunterworks sheeve, 16gr weights, green spring, slippery washers,modified CVT cover, 1mm shim, slug kit, exhaust tip w/ stock baffle mod, pcv, ais block off plate
    28x10x14 CST Clinchers, 14x7 STI HD3 black gloss wheels, 1” rear spacers
    Trucker mud flap mod
    2" Gorilla lift
    Seizmik strike mirrors

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