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Purchased my Wolverine on 11/12/15 and have only 12 miles on so far. I have added a fold down windshield, 5000lb winch, and 26" Kenda Executioners on the stock aluminum wheels. I have also fabbed up brackets for the winch switch and a windshield bag from the Harley I traded for the Wolverine. The bag was a gift from my kids so I kept it. I have overfenders on backorder and ordered a Superatv lift yesterday. I am gonna try to post pics but not sure how yet.
 

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137.JPG Windshield & winch
 
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138.JPG Fatboy windshield bag
 
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139.JPG winch control
 

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142.JPG Executioners on stock rims
 

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143.JPG Rear wheel and tire.
 
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Thanks, Still trying to decide on how to go with audio, also workin on fabbin up a stainless exhaust cap. I will post more pics, before and after, when I get the lift on and the muffler cap done.
 

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Good looking rig Gas Axe, you ever go ride down at Lincoln trail in casey?
I have in the past. In fact I think the last time I was on a 85 200x. That was probably about 1987. I have been over to watch the races a few times since then.
 

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wolvy9.jpg wolvy4.jpg wolvy7.jpg Got some break in time down on the Wabash last Thursday. Ten dead soldiers and about 40 miles. Know I have to hose her down before I can install Lift. I am really impressed with the machine so far. Climbs like a goat and carves the trails. Done some creek riding, hill climbing, and trail cruisin. I really wish the overfenders would come in though, you take a lot of mud in the cab without them.
 
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