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    Was time for service

    Luckily I only go through this once a year. Only way I can get it out. Fire hazard in the summer and holds moisture in the wetter seasons.

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    Not much mud this year. Just grass and weeds. I run in some taller grass.
    2016 Wolverine Rspec Camo

    Warn 3500# winch
    Yamaha full folding windshield and Wind deflector for summer
    Camo rear window
    Seizmik folding mirrors
    Seizmik Overhead Gun Rack
    Front/Rear aluminum A arm guards
    Tires Blackwater Evolution
    Front 27 X 9R-14 on Moose 14 X 7
    Rear 27 X 11R-14 on Moose 14 X 8
    2" Perfex lift
    Hunterworks Power Commander w/AIS block off plate

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    Lots of work to get to that point
    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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    BigHorn 2.0 27 inch tires
    Half windshield
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    Yamaha Warn 3500lb Winch & Synthetic rope

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    Sound proof that thing while it’s all apart!
    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
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